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Innovative teachers receive school garden funding

School gardens engage students by providing a dynamic environment to observe, discover, experiment, nurture and learn.

Gardens are living...
04/10/2014
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CSAs on the Way

Join community supported agriculture for ultra-fresh, locally grown food
03/20/2014
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FIG grows in Valle Crucis

Aspiring women farmers build skills with farm incubator project 
03/06/2014
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Share a healthy heart with your Valentine

In the not so distant past, some health conscious people counted every gram of fat they ingested. 

Fortunately, the latest...
02/12/2014
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Wisely chosen fats promote health

With so many types of cooking oils available, figuring out what to purchase can be confusing.

This month, the Academy of Nutrition and...
01/30/2014
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Souped Up Health

Just like sitting by the fireplace, a bowl of hot soup on a snowy day makes winter unique. Soup nourishes the body and warms the soul.

While...
01/23/2014
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Culinary forecast good for local farms and environment

The National Restaurant Association just released the results of a survey of nearly 1,300 chefs, forecasting trends for 2014 menus, and sourcing locally produced meat, seafood and produce tops the list. 
01/10/2014
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Evolution, not revolution for healthy 2014

Moving into January is a natural time for self-reflection.
12/24/2013
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The Light Side of Dark Chocolate

Study indicates dark chocolate can benefit the heart
12/12/2013
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Rejuvenate leftover turkey

There’s nothing like spending time with family and friends and partaking in the traditional Thanksgiving meal.

11/28/2013
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Fermented foods are beneficial for health

Fermenting is an ancient practice of preserving food that is documented back to China in 7000 BCE.
11/21/2013
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Eating Local in the Wintertime

Locally produced food available during winter months
11/14/2013
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Stick Boy offers sourdough bread baking demo Saturday

Not only is sourdough bread satisfying and tasty, it’s also easier for some people to digest than traditional yeast bread.

Around 18 million...
10/10/2013
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ASU launches Local Appetite program

This fall, Appalachian State University will be sourcing a record amount of food product from local farmers. This is the beginning of a powerful...
09/26/2013
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Choose sweets with more than sugar

We all know that eating too much sugar is not good for us. 
09/12/2013
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Healthy cooking classes offered Saturday mornings

For optimal nutrition and favorable food, cooking skills are a must. But sometimes even the most capable cooks don’t know what to do with the plethora of ingredients now available.
09/05/2013
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Homemade salsa adds flair and nutritive value

A half-cup of salsa qualifies as a serving of vegetables
08/22/2013
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Hyperpalatable foods more likely to become addictive

We are surrounded by hyperpalatable foods.

As the name implies, they’re intense in flavor: mostly fat, sweet or salty and often engineered...
08/15/2013
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Amaranth healthy carb addition

Several studies have shown that like oats, consuming amaranth has a positive effect on cholesterol profiles.
08/08/2013
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August is Local Food Month

August through September is prime food production time in the High Country, making it possible to consume a huge percentage of your food from locally produced sources.
08/01/2013

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