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Deviled Eggs Recipe

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4 mentions6 days ago 6 days ago
We had some beautiful deviled eggs leftover from lunch on Friday - they had an herb-flecked filling made with Greek yogurt and topped with chive flowers and toasted almonds. I packed them, along with a big pot of soup, for an overnight with friends in Bolinas.

Walmart Wild Oats: America’s largest grocer is rolling out a line of cheap organic food products.

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8 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
Walmart is about to become a little bit more like Whole Foods, but at a fraction of the price. Starting this month, Walmart will offer organic food products from Wild Oats at a price point that beats other national organic brands by 25 percent or more, the company ...

Farmers count the cost of cyclone Ita

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4 mentions1 week ago 1 week ago
Preliminary damage bill has been estimated at $1bn since the category four storm hit the Queensland coast

Reflections on Urban Farming in Russia

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3 mentions5 days ago 5 days ago
“When we started making Growing Cities, a new documentary about urban farming in America, we never imagined where it would take us.” By Dan Susman Growing Cities April 17, 2014 Excerpt: Most recent...

Annual Fermentation Festival Opens Up the World of Ferments

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6 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
The Portland fermentation festival offers beginners the experience to taste first-hand a variety of fermented foods under one roof. This video gives a peek.

Out-of-State Money Pours Into Local Fight Against GE Crop Ban

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11 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
This current legislative fight encapsulates the uphill funding battle that anti-GE activists face when organizing state and local

Growing Vegetables Indoors for Transplanting

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2 mentions1 week ago 1 week ago
Oregon State University Extension Service Urban Horticulturist Weston Miller Weston demonstrates the following 'cut & come again' vegetables to begin growing...

Annual Fermentation Festival Opens Up the World of Ferments

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3 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
The annual fall fermentation festival in Portland, Oregon celebrates the culinary wonders of fermented foods. This event brings home fermenters, professional...

Where's the Grass-Fed Beef? These Days, Not in Argentina

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4 mentions1 week ago 1 week ago
A look at Argentina's disappearing grass-fed beef with a video shot by world travelers the Perennial Plate.

Money Saving Tips for Keeping Backyard Chickens

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2 mentions3 weeks ago 3 weeks ago
If you are anything like me, having fresh free-range eggs daily seems like a dream. That’s why I am in the midst of planning my chicken coop to have backyard chickens early this summer. Even though the end result of eggs is appealing, there is a lot to ...

Owning a Family Milk Cow: Your Questions Answered!

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3 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});I’ll admit it… I’m totally prejudiced. Try as I might to get all excited over green beans and squash, I’d much rather talk about milk cows and home dairying. That’s not to say that I don’t enjoy the gardening aspect of my homestead, but ...

Easy Homemade Soap

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2 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
Turn household items from duds to suds.

Vast underground bomb shelter reappropriated by urban farmers (Wired UK)

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5 mentions2 days ago 2 days ago
A network of tunnels 33 metres under Clapham in London, originally built as a WWII bomb shelter, is being used to grow a range of different salad vegetables destined for Londoners' plates

Organic food: it's not just for yuppies anymore

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10 mentions1 week ago 1 week ago
Tracie McMillan: Walmart's new organic products line can debunk the myth that the poor choose Nikes over fancy grapes. Because they don't

Why We Got Fatter During The Fat-Free Food Boom

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45 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
In the 1970s, the U.S. Dietary Goals advised Americans to cut back on fat and eat more carbs to lower the risk of heart disease. But some experts say this high-carb, low-fat diet helped fuel obesity.

Why grocery prices are rising so fast, and how to save money on food

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4 mentions5 days ago 5 days ago
Drought, disease and consumer demand combine to cause price hikes on everything from beef and pork to produce. With no relief in sight, here's what consumers can do to keep grocery budgets in line.

Trash Fish: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

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2 mentions3 weeks ago 3 weeks ago
4 top chefs team up for a trash fish dinner to raise public awareness of overfishing, and create demand for alternative fish species that are not presently a...

Amanda Cohen on Chefs, PR, and 'Smoke and Mirrors' in the Restaurant World

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11 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
This is Dispatches from Dirt Candy, a new column from New York City chef Amanda Cohen's that explores the realities of working in the restaurant industry. In today's installment, Cohen...

Britain's honeybee colony deaths among worst in...

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5 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
Landmark research shows 29% of honeybee colonies died in winter of 2012-13, with summer losses also high at 9.7%

Raffi Khatchadourian: Can an Audacious Plan to Create a New Energy Resource Help Save the Planet?

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19 mentions4 weeks ago 4 weeks ago
No one knows ITER’s true cost, which may be incalculable, but estimates have been rising steadily, and a conservative figure rests at twenty billion dollars, a sum which makes ITER the most expensive scientific instrument on Earth. But if it is truly possible to bottle up a star,

10 Weird Things to Do With Peeps So You Don't Have to Eat Them

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30 mentions7 days ago 7 days ago
Weird things you can do with your Easter Peeps.

Edible Weeds In Australia with Adam Grubb and Annie Raser-Rowland

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2 mentions3 weeks ago 3 weeks ago
Australian's Adam Grubb and Annie Raser-Rowland, take us on a culinary tour highlighting some of the edible weeds they like to harvest.

Top 10 Gardening Posts

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2 mentions2 weeks ago 2 weeks ago
I’m so excited! This week I’m part of a blogging round-up (of sorts) for Garden Week!I’m joining up with several other bloggers to bring you some great gardening info – just in time for your spring gardens! I thought… Read more ›

The Future Of Clean, Green Fish Farming Could Be Indoor Factories

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27 mentions1 week ago 1 week ago
Aquaculture in the U.S. has lagged because of opposition from environmentalists and people living on the coast. But entrepreneurs say they've found a way to produce fish on land with little pollution.

A Conversation with Gene Logsdon

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2 mentions3 weeks ago 3 weeks ago
From Chelsea Green Author Gene Logsdon appears to be picking up steam as he rolls into his ninth decade. He has developed a prolific body of work as a writer, novelist, and journalist on topics ran...