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Thrilled to be an official member of the Foodstand community. Looking forward to seeing your #FoodRevolution #kitchentips and recipes!
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There's some debate on how to clean and store freshly laid eggs. Also, do they taste different? How long do they last? 🐔🐔
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  • Udi I heard that eggs in the US get cleaned in such a way that the protective coating on the outside gets stripped off and that's why we have to refrigerate them. But, freshly laid ones, I think you...
  • MargaretG My brother, who is a farmer, keeps his eggs unrefrigerated and unwashed up to 2 week but that makes me nervous. I usually refrigerated them even unwashed as soon as I get them from the hen. More:...
  • JenniferEmilson I've kept mine out for a week with no problem. So far!
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The making of dandelion jam. Dandelion can also be used for porridge, salad and many more 😋 recipe will be on the blog soon #kitchentips
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  • sugardetoxme I'm so freaking curious about this. So many people spray their lawns here to prevent dandelions from growing, which I always despised. Love seeing dandelions around!
  • Nelson paying attention to this
  • carpe_deli Haha so true @sugardetoxme , it is not the most popular green in the garden, because it spreads so quickly. But it's so pretty 😄
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Cook your leek greens and make a veggie pasta!
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Coolest #KitchenTip I learned yesterday at @Feedback #Feeding5000NYC event. The Chef at Egg said ...
Coolest #KitchenTip I learned yesterday at @Feedback #Feeding5000NYC event. The Chef at Egg said that you can boil your leek greens "like a pasta". Just separate them, rip them with your hands, mak...
  • munchiemummy Such a great idea! I have used them in soups before but this sounds like the next generation of "zoodles" it's such a good idea.
  • etsummer Ha I have so many leek greens in my freezer waiting to be used to make veg broth but this sounds like such a better idea since I can't seem to find the time to actually make it!
  • JenniferEmilson I freeze mine for when I make veggie stock! #FoodRevolution
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Here's how to grow potatoes at home
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I started growing potatoes in my closet garden after some potatoes from the farmers market that I...
I started growing potatoes in my closet garden after some potatoes from the farmers market that I didn't consume started growing eyes. Generally you can harvest them in 3 to 4 months. The potato le...
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The Secret to the Best Hummus Ever
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Hmmm was not expecting this!
Hmmm was not expecting this!
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One of my favorite #kitchentips - cook your rice in coconut milk!
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Here with brussels, tofu, avocado, a soy/sesame/ginger/garlic sauce. The coconut milk makes the r...
Here with brussels, tofu, avocado, a soy/sesame/ginger/garlic sauce. The coconut milk makes the rice so so so creamy and delicious, and gives the nicest subtle hint of coconut taste. #FoodRevolution
  • gingerandchorizo What ratio of coconut milk and rice? I have tried a couple of times but always turn out soggy 😰 your one looks perfect!
  • annefood Yes SO good!!
  • Rachna Great idea!
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Use that LEMON PEEL! 1. Grate the peel and sprinkle onto a meal or drink! 2. Lemon peels contain 10 times more vitamins than the juice!
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Need just a teaspoon of lemon juice? Poke a hole in the fruit and squeeze to prevent the whole lemon from drying out
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Bread, Resurrected
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Stale bread is resurrected for croutons in this smoky kale salad.

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Stale bread is resurrected for croutons in this smoky kale salad. #nofoodwaste