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How to Make a Buddha Bowl

Several years ago, my in-laws Dana and Joan encountered significant health issues.  Joan was diagnosed as pre-diabetic, while Dana continued to struggle with high cholesterol even though he was taking statins and eliminating most fats from his diet.  Instead of diving into even more medication, they decided to make a serious diet change–by going vegan.  They signed…

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Spinach and Swiss Omelette

“Eggs crack. Butter pops in a hot pan. Her father is telling an abridged story of their flight, train stations, fearful crowds, omitting the stop in Evreux, but soon all of Marie-Laure’s attention is absorbed by the smells blooming around her: egg, spinach, melting cheese. An omelette arrives.  She positions her face over its steam…

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California Rolls with Radishes and Greens

A couple weeks ago I received this delightful birthday card from my son Harper. There’s lot of love in this card!  There’s also soosee, which is a mostly phonetic version of—you may have guessed it—sushi!  While Harper has had actual sushi before, at home I only make California rolls, or sushi made without raw fish, but…

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6 Ways to Eat Leafy Greens

Each week you, as a farm member, take home 5-8 different types of leafy greens: Baby salad greens Baby spinach Mesclun mix Beet greens Radish greens Carrot tops Kale Swiss chard  You’re receiving enough leafy greens by now that you could probably eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and I want to help you…

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