Nutrition & the Holidays

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by Dr. Amanda Hegnauer, ND, Naturopathic Doctor & Co-op Wellness Educator How did it get to be November already? Summer has come and gone. Autumn feels like it’s practically over. And, somehow, the holidays are just around the corner. I propose that now is time to grasp the inevitable and plan for the future so […]

Nutrition & the Holidays

Posted Posted in Eat Well

by Dr. Amanda Hegnauer, ND, Naturopathic Doctor & Co-op Wellness Educator How did it get to be November already? Summer has come and gone. Autumn feels like it’s practically over. And, somehow, the holidays are just around the corner. I propose that now is time to grasp the inevitable and plan for the future so […]

Sweet & Savory Winter Squash

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by Shawn Menard, Produce Manager With all of the winter squash varieties to choose from at the Co-op it can be challenging to decide which type to pick.  And once you pick, it can be even more challenging to find a new and exciting recipe you haven’t tried yet. Below are some of the squash you […]

Thanksgiving Food Blog Round Up

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The holiday season is upon us with just about a week til the big T-day! We’ve covered all sort of holiday dinner topics previously on this blog, so we wanted to do a little round up for you… The Turkey Stuffing & Turkey Tips from our chefs The Veggie Sides Holiday Cooking with Fresh Herbs […]

Holiday Cooking with Fresh Herbs

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by Maria Noël Groves, Clinical Herbalist & Co-op Wellness Educator In November, I’m still harvesting fresh herbs from my garden to complete a dish for dinner or a party. Even though most of our garden sleeps during the winter, a few hardy herbs like rosemary, thyme, sage, and savory will persist into the snowy weather. […]

Superfoods of the Season

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by Maria Noël Groves, RH (AHG), Registered Clinical Herbalist & Co-op Wellness Educator Step back goji berries, chia, and acai. You’re nice and all, but it’s late autumn in New England. Our kitchens are stocked with good-for-you goodies that make up for what they lack in exotic by in affordability, accessibility, and taste. It’s time […]

The Three Variables of an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

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by Laura Piazza, Recipes for Repair Cookbook Co-Author & Co-op Wellness Educator When going on an anti-inflammatory diet, we choose to eat foods that can influence how we feel and progress with chronic illness and chronic symptoms. There are three variables to an anti-inflammatory diet, one of which can often be overlooked. Eating an anti-inflammatory […]

Thanksgiving at the Co-op, 2014

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by Jaimie Jusczyk, Marketing Specialist It’s Turkey Time and the Co-op has all your holiday goodies at both our locations, Concord and New London. Yesterday the Concord store opened it’s doors to customers with the scent of home-cooked turkey with all the fixings as the hot bar menu featured a Thanksgiving meal menu. Executive Chef […]