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Sylvia Davatz’ Solstice Seeds Catalogue

Sylvia Davatz, of Hartland , VT,  develops seeds using a variety of criteria, looking for seeds that will contribute to our year-long food supply, be well-adapted to our growing environment, have great flavor, be productive and disease-resistant and, thereby, worthy … Continue reading

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Food Swaps

When visiting my daughter Alisa and her husband Sean in LA this March, I noticed a lot of unpicked citrus in many neighborhoods. It was heartening to learn there are food swaps in LA attempting to solve the “problem” of … Continue reading

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Sylvia Davatz’ 2016 Seed Catalogue

Local seeds from Upper Valley seed saver, Sylvia Davatz of Hartland VT A message from Sylvia: It has long been, and continues to be, a core part of my mission to preserve varieties that are in danger of being lost. … Continue reading

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Compost Cooking!

Mindful cooks, through the generations, have had ways to reduce food waste: stir fry, frittata, quiche, quesadillas, soups, stews, homemade broth, etc. Of late, many professional chefs are challenging themselves to use food that would otherwise be wasted. Here are … Continue reading

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Norwich Farmers Market – August

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Local Tortillas Coming to Vermont!

Read Seven Days story of collaboration of  Vermont Bean Crafters and City Market to help All Souls Tortilleria get started. http://www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/vermont-gets-its-first-local-corn-tortilla/Content?oid=2612501

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Local Acorn Flour!

I splurged this weekend. For some, a splurge might be a bottle of wine or a meal at a fine restaurant; for me, it was a quart jar of acorn flour purchased at Killdeer Farm Stand, where Jason Avis was … Continue reading

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