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CSAs: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

CSAs: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow by Marcia Kaplan Belgorod, member Forest Hills Tuv Ha’Aretz CSA From two farms in 1986, to current estimates of 5,000-6,000, CSA farms in the United States have grown steadily. The number grew slowly over the … Continue reading

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Third Winter Share – February 7, 2017

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  This very colorful share includes Carrots, Rainbow Carrots, Chioggia Beets, Golden Beets, Red Beets, Purple Top Turnips.

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Second Winter Share – January 10, 2017

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Carrots, Beets, Broccoli, Watermelon Radish, Rutabaga, Butternut Squash, Cabbage.

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November 22, 2016 (double share A week)

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THIS WEEK’S SHARE Toscano Kale Carrots Sweet Potatoes Rutabaga Broccoli Cabbage MAKE-UP SHARE Leeks Radicchio Green Kale Salad Turnips White Potatoes Carrots

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The Thanksgiving-worthy Vegetable “Roast Beast” Will Make Everyone Happy! by Joe Yonan

Joe Yonan is the Food and Dining editor of The Washington Post and the author of “Eat Your Vegetables: Bold Recipes for the Single Cook.” He writes the Food section’s Weeknight Vegetarian column. If you’re a vegetarian guest at someone … Continue reading

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Make Thanksgiving Delicious, Fun … and Vegan!

Joanna Prisco has covered food, travel and lifestyle stories for ABC News, Fathom, Food Republic, Flaunt, Gather Journal, The New York Post and Yahoo Food, among others. For Chloe Coscarelli, of NYC vegan restaurant by CHLOE, Thanksgiving is what ultimately … Continue reading

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Healthy Food for All by Laura and Rene Nuss-Candeda, Members, Tuv Ha’Aretz CSA

The current “battle” between organic and non-organic foods has never been so hotly discussed. While most of the population eats conventionally produced, mainstream fruits and vegetables generated on gigantic factory farms (agribusiness), a few pockets of the general population have … Continue reading

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Use The Whole Vegetable: Waste Less, Discover Recipes You Never Knew Existed

by Alison Spiegel, huffingtonpost.com Alison Spiegel is a food writer and editor, a traveler at heart and a lover of croissants. Food waste is a huge problem, and that’s an understatement. According to World Bank estimates, up to one-third of … Continue reading

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American History Through Squash

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by Sarah Dickert, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, americanhistory.si.edu Sarah Dickert was an Intern with the National Museum of American History. As a natively grown vegetable cultivated by the Wampanoag Indians, squash holds a special place in American history. … Continue reading

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The Festival of Sukkot

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by Travey R. Rich, Judaism101, jewfaq.com Tracey R. Rich is the database administrator for a Jewish charitable organization and the co-author of several legal reference texts. She writes and maintains jewfaq.org herself. The Festival of Sukkot begins on the fifth … Continue reading

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