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Ferndale :: MI :: USA | 7 months ago

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The public library's digital collection is rich with new selections and local librarians want to spread the word that it's a great time to visit the library online. The Washington State Library gave $125,000 in federal Library Services and Technology

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Brussels :: Belgium | over 1 year ago

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Eating as a locavore (a person who eats only locally grown food, as much as possible) means looking ahead to prepare for the lean winter months when few fresh ingredients are available in our cool winter climate. Part of preparing for winter involves

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Bellingham :: WA :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Harvest season is a busy time every year and I thought you might like a rundown of what's happening the next few weeks with regard to local food events, classes, and more. A series of events celebrating the importance of Whatcom County's water

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Brussels :: Belgium | over 1 year ago

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Nothing defines "bounty" quite like a visit to my garden this time of the year...We take a huge bowl with us and I have a kitchen knife to help us harvest. His route around our 12-by-24-foot garden is a history of the order of ripening crops...Those

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Bellingham :: WA :: USA | over 1 year ago

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A friend asked me recently, "What's a locavore food you can eat when you're feeling blue (or tired)?" Serendipitously, I had just been studying how food affects mood, so thought I'd share some of what I've learned. To begin with, let's look at some

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Mexico City :: Mexico | over 1 year ago

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According to a Whatcom County Noxious Weed Control Board handout, a single plant can produce 240,000 seeds which can remain viable in the soil for up to 40 years...If you pull it up, the plant can still go on to produce seeds, and if it's anywhere

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Tōkyō :: Japan | almost 2 years ago

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Long and creamy white, daikon radishes are most often thought of as an ingredient in Japanese cuisine. However, they are easy to grow and exceptionally versatile to use. Daikon stores well, too, making them a superb locavore ingredient. (A locavore

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Ferndale :: MI :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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What is it about a summertime Sunday brunch that feels so spectacularly indulgent? Is it the relaxed morning, waking slowly in a sun-warmed bed, knowing there is nothing pressing you to start your day quickly? Is it the collection of loved ones,

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Bellingham :: WA :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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When you begin transitioning toward eating as a locavore (a person who eats only locally grown food as much as possible), you may experience sticker shock. Local food, especially organic, can be more expensive than its imported grocery store

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Bellingham :: WA :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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Several weeks ago I mentioned in an article that I didn't know of anyone making a commercial vegetable oil in Whatcom County to use for locavore cooking. (A locavore is a person who eats only locally grown food as much as possible.) Soon afterward I

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