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  • Margot Hisle

    What to buy at the farmer's market when: Ohio seasonal fruits and vegetables

  • Elise Van Jaarsveld

    Swiss chard has very dark green leaves punctuated by bright white stems and ribs. The ribs are often cut out and used separately - either in the same recipe or for use in a different recipe (Roasted Chard Stems are delicious). The leaves are scrumptious simply sautéed; the ribs require a bit more cooking and are often boiled to tenderize them before being used in gratins, casseroles, and other dishes (one of this writer's favorites is Gnocchi With Ricotta and Chard). They can also be used much l

  • Cecilia Adams

    Guide to seasonal fruits and veggies- can look up by the item, the season, or the region

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a good reference list to help know what to store in the fridge and how. Also, what not to store in the fridge.

huge list of smoothies....my favorite green smoothie, which is not on the list is....from doc oz I think....kale, spinach, juice of lemon and lime, parsley, 1" of ginger, some cucumber, 1 apple (sometimes I add extra fruit...but doesn't need it), stevia, and ice...oh man it's refreshing