How’s the home cooking coming along, Beth? That CSA looks awesome. Hope you find some keeper recipes. I think of you from time to time when I cook in my kitchen. I tend to get a few favorite recipes, make them, then occasionally branch out some.
Good luck and I’ve had great success weight wise with cooking at home. Onward.
We used to subscribe to a wonderful CSA, Terry’s Berries, near Puyallup, WA. We got tons of wonderful veggies, herbs, raspberries (often frozen), apples, eggs and wonderful locally baked bread. We got recipes! Having those veggies in our fridge made me learn to cook vegetables in interesting ways for the first time and increased our vegetable and fruit consumption a lot. I especially loved having the CSA from fall – late spring. Now, we travel too much and it’s not very feasible, but I do miss the quality. And, I still use some of the recipes. Have fun with it. You’ll be cooking for sure!
Wonderful! I’ve been hitting up a local pick-your-own strawberry place quite a bit of late. I try and fill up on Strawberries this time of year, since real, fresh strawberries are SO GOOD, in comparison to the hard, flavorless, and ridiculously large things you usually get in supermarkets.
Weight Maven is written by Beth Mazur. Beth believes that obesity is more symptom than cause and that the real problem is our modern culture -- especially diet. Beth writes about ancestral health, health policy, & mindfulness. And cats! More »
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