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Seeds

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Did you know that most seed production is controlled by just a few companies. Learn what seeds should mean to you at PBS Food. Continue

This Month’s Best New Cookbooks: March 2014

Top Cookbooks for March 2014
When you are shopping for books this month, consider one of these cookbooks from the PBS Food bookshelf. Continue

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

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CSA, which stands for Community Supported Agriculture, allow consumers to purchase subscriptions from local farmers, and in return, receive weekly boxes of fresh produce while getting to know the people who grow their food. Continue

Great American Seafood Cook-Off Episodes

Great American Seafood Cookoff
Watch episodes of the Great American Seafood Cook-Off from 2008 to 2013 at PBS Food. Continue

Economies of Community

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Learn how the principle of economies of community can help connect people while rebuilding local food systems. Continue

February Digest: Most Popular Posts and Recipes

Most Popular Recipes for February 2014
What were the most popular recipes from PBS Food during February 2014? They ranged from indulgent to healthy, so take your pick! Continue

Wheat or White?

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Do you know your baker? You may learn a rich story about the wheat you’re eating, how it was grown and where. Watch the video at PBS Food. Continue

Food Waste

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Nearly 40 percent of the food we grow, distribute, and put on store shelves never gets eaten. Learn more about this issue at PBS Food. Continue
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