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Main Course Grain Salad Recipe

By Rebecca Wood on Oct 18, 2016

Here's a grain salad formula that invites improvisation to create an endless variety of satisfying one-dish meals that also pack well for lunch.
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Cook Without Recipes

By Rebecca Wood on Jul 22, 2016

Learn how to cook simple, delicious & nourishing food without much fuss from our favorite nutritionist, Rebecca Wood.
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Dandelion Greens

By Rebecca Wood on Mar 25, 2016

Ahh, spring aromas wafting up from the warming earth. How I love foraging. In addition to the anticipation of the upcoming feast, there’s the thrill of the find, the pleasure of piling a basket with freely given gifts and a feeling of inter-relatedness that being outdoors engenders. Indeed, foraging is humankind’s oldest profession.
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Weeds in Your Garden? - That's Dinner, Darling!

By Susun Weed on Feb 9, 2016

I always say the gardener's best revenge is to eat the weeds. I've been doing it for thirty years and can testify that my health and the health of my garden has never been better. Here are a few hints for gardeners who'd rather eat their weeds than hate them (and for non-gardeners who are adventurous enough to try out nature's bounty)
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Steamed Quinoa

By Rebecca Wood on Jul 7, 2014

All you need to know about cooking quinoa, a most nutritious whole grain with ease.
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One Pot—Two Meals

By Rebecca Wood on Mar 17, 2013

Here's how to enjoy food that's freshly prepared—and therefore more healthful and satisfying—every day.
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Postcards From Eastern Oregon

By Kollibri Terre Sonnenblume on Sep 16, 2012

This Spring my farming partners and I found ourselves landless. For the past eight years, we had been actively exploring a variety of forms and practices of small-scale agriculture and restoration...This journey took us to Eastern Oregon to seek out Finisia Medrano, a.k.a. “Tranny Granny”, a Shoshone elder who knows the ways of “The Hoop”, an ancient tradition of food gathering and cultivation that sustained the Native Americans and the land in good health for thousands of years until being violently disrupted by the European Invasion. The Hoop is not dead but, as we were to see, is severely threatened.
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Foods that Counter Stress

By Rebecca Wood on Apr 16, 2012

Counter stress in your lives simply by following this wonderful nutrition advice from Rebecca Wood.
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Grape Compote

By Rebecca Wood on Aug 3, 2010

This sweet yet savory compote is high in invaluable antioxidants and therefore exceptionally healthful. But first things first, it tastes delicious and is quick and easy to make. Purple or red grapes will yield a stellar purple or red color.
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Sauerkraut and Fermented Vegetables

By Betsy Cashen, RD on Oct 4, 2009

Here is a time tested recipe for natural lacto-fermentation of vegetables, the classic cabbage saurkraut, carrots & beets.
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Daikon-Carrot Condiment

By Rebecca Wood on May 5, 2009

Have you ever wondered about the dab of juicy, grated white stuff that's served with tempura and sushi? It's grated daikon. Because this pearly white radish aids digestion it often appears with these dishes. Daikon also is a venerable weight loss remedy in Asia.
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Aries Foods

By Jonathan Pearl on Mar 21, 2009

If you shop in farmers markets, you know it is spring. Baby carrots, fresh onions, new leeks, green garlic, the first fava beans and asparagus all remind us that new life is bursting out of the ground.
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