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Processed Tomatoes, A Sustainable Choice

Every time you open a can or jar of tomatoes, you release the essence of that warm, summer day in which those perfectly ripe tomatoes were harvested. These tomatoes are picked at their top flavor and nutrition peak on the field before they are quickly whisked away to...

Summer Vegetarian Chili (Vegan, Gluten-Free)

Who says chili has to be a cool weather dish? Pack your chili with loads of vegetables, give it a “meaty” texture thanks to steel cut oats (yes, steel cut oats!), spice it up with herbs and Latin spices, and top it with farm fresh avocados and green onions, and you’ve...

Sharon’s Favorite Things

It’s been an amazing summer week in Southern California, celebrating the season’s bounty of fresh produce and spending time in the sun with friends and family. I’m sharing some of my favorite plant-powered things this week. Enjoy your summer! Live and Eat Well, Sharon...

How to Eat Seasonally This Summer

Ahh, summer is in full swing, and with it, summer produce! Seasonal fruits and vegetables are typically grown closer to home and naturally ripened on the vine, bush, or tree. This means that fruits and vegetables are more flavorful: think sweeter peaches and cherries,...

Sustainability Lessons: Part Agarian, Part Progressive

As part of my Master in Sustainable Food Systems program at Green Mountain College, I pondered the issue of agrarianism vs. progressivism. Check out my short essay on this subject below. Do I have an agrarian or progressive mind when it comes to agriculture? Maybe I’m...

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