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7 Season Extenders to Enjoy a Longer Harvest

Posted by Nan Fischer on September 20, 2016 under Home Gardens & Growing

Fall is officially here! It’s a beautiful season of cool, crisp days, and stunning colors. Temperatures will continue to go down, frost will come, and your garden will be done until spring.

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13 Organic Food Brands to Better Your Breakfast

Posted by Nature's Path on September 20, 2016 under Organic News & Sustainability

One of the best ways to make breakfast better (or any meal for that matter!) is to choose organic. To help simplify your quest of choosing organic food, we compiled a list of our favorite organic...

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7 Simple Pantry Swaps for Organic Food

With the weather cooling down we start to migrate back inside, and hopefully back to cooking in our kitchens. 

We love fresh, vibrant organic greens (and of course, a few tasty organic treats),...

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7 Egg Substitutes in Recipes

Posted by Nature's Path on September 14, 2016 under Living Happier & Healthier

Historically, eggs have been seen as absolute must-haves in the kitchen. They can indeed be huge assets in cooking and baking as they help thicken, bind and volumize, and they help with texture,...

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10 Easy Snacks Made with Organic Food [Recipes Included!]

Posted by Nature's Path on September 12, 2016 under Living Happier & Healthier

September brings new beginnings. It's the time of year where routines reset. A new routine often brings ideals of how we want to eat - often healthier, homemade foods. Here's our list of 10 easy...

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What is Organic Food? [Infographics]

Posted by Nature's Path on September 06, 2016 under Organic News & Sustainability

You're in the lunch room when you smell a fragrant aroma of tomato sauce. You turn your shoulder and see your coworker is eating a heaping bowl of pasta. She sees you staring and asks if you'd...

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10 Organic Gardening Chores You Must Do In September

Posted by Nan Fischer on September 02, 2016 under Home Gardens & Growing

September begins the real wind-down of the garden season. There is still much to do, but it’s also time to slow down, take stock of how the year went, and start thinking about next year.

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How to Eat for a Sustainable Planet [With Plant-Based Foods]

Posted by Arjan Stephens on September 02, 2016 under Organic News & Sustainability

This blog has been adapted from Arjan Stephen's presentation, Sustaining Ourselves & Our Planet: Guidelines for Shopping for Plant-Based Foods, from Veggie Fest 2016.

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How to Freeze Fresh Fruit & Avoid Freezer Burn

What's not to love about fruit? It's varied, colorful, delicious and appealing to all ages. And there's one more benefit: fruit freezes easily and well, meaning you can have fresh fruit in winter...

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Canning Recipes for Saving Summer Fruit

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