Caring for Your Wooden Cutting Board

By Jalene Howard, Produce Assistant, Storekeeper Any investment requires proper care to ensure that you get what you pay for. Common investments such as a car, home, appliances, career, and even ourselves require daily care and preventative maintenance. A wooden cutting board is no different. If properly taken care of it can become an essential part of a well-functioning kitchen […]

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Grow a Living Garden (Pt 2)

By Laura Coffee, Marketing & Owner Services Manager, Co-op Owner In part one of Grow a Living Garden we talked about why you might want to create a habitat for helpful creatures and insects, and building toad houses. But toads aren’t the only pest controllers you can attract to your garden. Another very beneficial garden resident is the common Garter […]

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Grow a Living Garden (Pt 1)

By Laura Coffee, Marketing & Owner Services Manager, Co-op Owner A living garden? Isn’t that a bit redundant? Obviously the plants in a garden are living, but a healthy garden can be a haven for so much more! Whether you grow flowers, vegetables, or some mix of the two, your garden can also be a tiny (or not so tiny) […]

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Caring for Your Cast Iron

By Reeva Ripley, Bulk Buyer, Co-op Owner Once your cast iron has been well seasoned, creating a natural non-stick surface, you’ll want to protect all of your hard work with proper maintenance. The big question; to use soap, or not to use soap? The non-soap, or limited soap method, suggest soap will strip the seasoning off of your pans, because […]

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Cooking with Flowers

By Megan Barber, Wellness Buyer, Co-op Owner Using edible flowers in homemade dishes and drinks not only provides a beautiful aroma, but can make a plate gorgeous, create varying textures, provide vitamin C and antioxidants, and really impress both your taste buds and your friends! Let’s discuss recipes over drinks, shall we? For the kids, and those looking for a […]

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