The Humble & Amazing Potato

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by Maria Noël Groves, Clinical Herbalist & Co-op Wellness Educator Just when did potatoes become a “bad food”? Spuds have a nearly iconic presence in my family kitchen. We take them so seriously that on Thanksgiving Day, the only people allowed to *touch* potatoes during their transformation into mashed potatoes are my mother and myself. […]

Eat More Kale

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By Maria Noël Groves, Clinical Herbalist & Co-op Wellness Educator Eat More Kale. It’s the mantra that’s sweeping the nation, spurred by a small-time garage business Green, Lacinato & Red Kale that got its start at the Montpelier farmers market 10 years ago with the now-viral, still-handmade t-shirts. (The biz is currently enduring the wrath […]

Gonna Eat Me Lots of Peaches

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by Maria Noël Groves, Clinical Herbalist & Co-op Wellness Educator Peach season has officially arrived in New Hampshire! My household simply can’t get enough of them. These sweet treats are amazing fresh, of course, which is how we mostly eat them. However, peaches are also phenomenal grilled as a dessert (plain or served with ice […]

DIY Veggie Burgers

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By Maria Noël Groves, Clinical Herbalist & Co-op Wellness Educator Veg Burger Cooking Homemade veggie burgers are a delicious way to celebrate seasonal produce and fresh herbs. Inspired by some delicious recipes, my husband and I now wing it with whatever is on hand. If you can, make extra to refrigerate or freeze and re-heat […]