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Summer brings another chance to try new vegetables - Charleston Post Courier

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Summer brings another chance to try new vegetables
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And that means a whole new chance to make friends with strange and unusual vegetables. Or to rehabilitate some old familiars.
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6 Recipes to Help You Eat More Vegetables at Every Meal - Wall St. Cheat Sheet

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6 Recipes to Help You Eat More Vegetables at Every Meal
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Did you get your recommended three cups of vegetables today? What about yesterday or the day before that?
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Samso: World's First 100 Percent Renewable Energy-Powered Island Is a ... - Huffington Post

Samso: World's First 100 Percent Renewable Energy-Powered Island Is a ... - Huffington Post | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
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Recipe Roundup: Roasted Winter Vegetables | Williams-Sonoma ...

Recipe Roundup: Roasted Winter Vegetables | Williams-Sonoma ... | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
Recipe Roundup: Roasted Winter Vegetables. Roasted in a hot oven, winter vegetables like broccoli, squash and root vegetables emerge tender and caramelized — try some of our favorite methods and combinations below.
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Sustainable Agriculture: Gut feelings - The Aggie

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Sustainable Agriculture: Gut feelings
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Sustainable Agriculture: Gut feelings. Written by ELLEN PEARSON Published on February 27, 2014. Filed under Opinion. I like to think of myself as more than just human.
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Why You Should Eat More Purple Fruits and Vegetables | Care2 ...

Why You Should Eat More Purple Fruits and Vegetables | Care2 ... | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
A basked filled with luscious blue or dark red fruit and vegetables does much more than look good in still life paintings or on your kitchen counter. It contains a wealth of incredible health benefits.
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14 vegetables you've probably never heard of: What in the world?

14 vegetables you've probably never heard of: What in the world? | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
Think you don't like to eat your veggies? Maybe you're just bored with the options. The truth is, the world is full of edible, healthy and flavorful roots, stems and leaves, the vast majority of which you've probably never tasted.

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American Institute Health Care Professionals's curator insight, June 17, 2013 12:17 PM

Holistic Healthcare from around the world!   These exotic vegetables and foreign foods are great ways to try something new and still eat healthy.   It might be hard to find them but they could be worth the effort.

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Vote - Real Food Media Contest

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10 inspiring short films on #sustainable #food and #farming http://t.co/KzJ3wOWYP0
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Grow Vegetables With Table Scraps : HGTV Gardens

Don't compost those leftovers. Use them to grow new edibles in the garden. (Grow Vegetables With Table Scraps http://t.co/cyt8LO5whU)
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The Vegetable Orchestra - Washington Post

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Washington Post The Vegetable Orchestra Washington Post Austrian musician Matthias Meinharter, who is a member of the Vegetable Orchestra, uses a hand drill to make a musical instrument from a carrot during the preparations for a concert in...
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Urban Farming: Growing Food in a Sprawling City – The Plate: Mary Beth Albright

Urban Farming: Growing Food in a Sprawling City – The Plate: Mary Beth Albright | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
The next time you enjoy a farm-to-table meal in a city restaurant or a friend’s urban pied-a-terre, the “farm” may be mere steps away from your table. Urban farms are springing up worldwide through...
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Stella McCartney Talks Environmental Sustainability In Fashion - Fashion Times

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Stella McCartney Talks Environmental Sustainability In Fashion
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Despite the luxury fashion industry's love for using animal material, McCartney insists her label has thrived due to both the design and sustainably aspects.
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Bhutan could be world's first wholly organic nation within a decade

Bhutan could be world's first wholly organic nation within a decade | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
Political parties in the Himalayan kingdom unite to eradicate chemical fertilisers and pesticides as part of its Gross National Happiness programme (First nation to eliminate #chemical #farming for the sake of ...
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Food Tank's Spring Reading List - Huffington Post

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Food Tank's Spring Reading List
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They educate us on how to make changes on a personal level, through eating more wild foods, and on an institutional level, through developing knowledge and awareness of agricultural sustainability.
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Freeing Vegetables From Side-Dish Purgatory - New York Times

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Freeing Vegetables From Side-Dish Purgatory
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It probably wasn't vegetables, which have long been entrenched in side-dish territory. But the wow factor isn't restricted to animal flesh.
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Sustainability explained through animation

Watch this short animated movie explaining sustainability created for RealEyes by Igloo Animations.
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Celebrity Gentlemen Farmers: They're Just Like Us! - Modern Farmer

Celebrity Gentlemen Farmers: They're Just Like Us! - Modern Farmer | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
Three famous farmers, and a bit of info about their farms.
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The Farm Stand: What does it mean to be sustainable? - Nooga.com

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The Farm Stand: What does it mean to be sustainable?
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Though this definition is spot-on with today's modern sustainability movement, I wanted to explain a bit more about what the word "sustainable" means to me.
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International Year of Family Farming | International Food Policy ...

International Year of Family Farming | International Food Policy ... | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
The United Nations declared 2014 the International Year of Family Farming to highlight the important global role family and smallholder farmers have in eradicating hunger and poverty, providing food security and nutrition, ...
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Flavor-pairing may teach kids to like vegetables - Reuters

Flavor-pairing may teach kids to like vegetables - Reuters | FisherFarms | Scoop.it
Medical Daily Flavor-pairing may teach kids to like vegetables Reuters The strategy of pairing something new with something a person already likes is known as associative conditioning and could be helpful in encouraging kids - and adults - to eat...
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