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Garden Fresh

The last day of the downtown Broadway Farmers Market is always bittersweet for us. You can still find a variety of treats made by Market vendor Bates Family Foods available at The Urban Gardener. 13 more words

Vintage Garden Shop

The 100-Mile Tourist

You’ve probably heard of the 100-mile diet. I’m a globavore so I don’t follow it, but I admire what they’re hoping to accomplish: healthful eating, smaller environmental footprint, and increased awareness of your local community. 791 more words

Travel

Celery and home kombucha

On Thursday I did two fun things!  I went to the farmers market, and started the second fermentation of my kombucha.  I also realized that its pronounced “kom-boo-cha”, not “kom-boo-ka”.  371 more words

Living Simply

Eating the 100-mile diet

One thing I am passionate about is eating local, which is extremely difficult in the city.  This 100-mile diet that I am quietly following (and dragging Tom partially unknowingly into), doesn’t just end at what we eat.  643 more words

Eating

The 100-Foot Salad

(Or: “Eats Shoots, Blooms, Weeds, and Leaves.”)

You’ve heard of the 100-foot diet? Proponents strive to eat food grown or produced as close to home as possible. 698 more words

Local Food

Small towns - a food lovers' paradise

We’re among a small and shrinking segment of the Canadian population who live in rural communities – less than 20 per cent, according to the 2006 census. 436 more words