Category: Food

Food, Local Challenge, Other

Eat Local Challenge #7

Let someone else do the cooking tonight. It’s Monday… if you don’t already have dinner cooking, tonight, we’re giving you permission to go out. If you’d like to take a break from the kitchen, that is quite alright—you’ve got plenty of options!

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October 09. 2017 | By | 0 comments

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Eat Local Challenge #6

Weekend Project: homemade refrigerator must-haves. Happy Friday, team! We have almost completed our first week of the Eat Local Challenge; I hope you’re feeling healthy and inspired. Now that you have a bit more time on your hands over the weekend, let’s get crafty.

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October 06. 2017 | By | 0 comments

Food, Local Challenge, Recipes

Eat Local Challenge #4

There’s nothing like a home-cooked meal. Whether you spend all your time in the kitchen or prefer to take the back burner when it comes to cooking, you’ll find something in this challenge. Some people like to spend hours preparing a beautiful, bountiful meal; others need to whip up something simple in 30 minutes.

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October 04. 2017 | By | 0 comments

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Eat Local Challenge #3

Time to start shopping! Grocery shopping for purely local foods may sound a bit daunting, but fear not, we are here to help. Whether you visit a farmers market, farm stand or a grocery store, there are tons of options for locavores.

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October 03. 2017 | By | 2 comments

Food

Making America Stronger

During World War I, about 30% of our nation’s recruits were rejected due to malnutrition and poor health. The rejection rate at the beginning of World War II was about 45%. The National School Lunch Program was enacted in 1946

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July 29. 2017 | By Nancy Oster | 0 comments

Food, Local Challenge

Tea Time For Local Farmer

“If it’s hard to grow, I want to grow it,” says local farmer Sandra Newman of Forbidden Fruit Orchards in Lompoc. Her tea plants are no exception. Working with UC Cooperative Extension farm agent Mark Gaskell, Sandy is helping the UC Small Farm Program evaluate green tea as a small-farm crop for our area.

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July 19. 2017 | By | 0 comments

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