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Shareholder Forum: Our Co-op is the Work of Many Hands & Many Dreams PDF Print E-mail

by Barry Aleshnik & Wesley Pittman
November 2015

When one reads the comment cards posted in the condiment corner of the cafe, and the responses of the Co-op staff, one sees how diverse our interests are and how hard we work to nourish ourselves. Let us nourish this living dream with continuing engagement.
The Shareholder Forum is now soliciting comments from our members to be published here in future Food For Thought columns. Feel free to submit comments or ideas.
Write about what matters to you. What does "affordability" mean? What does "inclusiveness" mean?

BFC Recipes: Pumpkin or Squash Bread or Muffins PDF Print E-mail

by Chris Ellis, Staff Nutritionist
November 2015

1 1/2 cups whole wheat or white flour   
   (Spelt flour or gluten-free baking mix can be substituted)
1/4 cup wheat germ (flour can be substituted for this)

Winter Squash PDF Print E-mail

by Chris Ellis, Staff Nutritionist
November 2015

One of the vegetables I always look forward to in the fall to winter season is winter squash. It provides a whopping amount of nutrients!! Another big bonus is that there is a bounty of it from local farms, one of which is High Meadows in Putney, VT. We are lucky to have it available in the produce department at the Co-op!
The word "squash" is derived from the Native American word, askutasquash meaning “eaten raw or uncooked.” At the time this word came into use, squash was more often eaten raw or uncooked but nowadays it is mainly used cooked. Winter squash are members of the gourd or cucurbit family along with cucumbers, melons, pumpkins, and summer squash, which are their cousins. They are known for their hard shell, hollow inner seed-filled cavities, and delicious nutrition-packed sweet flesh. Their hard shells enable them to be stored late into the winter and even into the early spring. This is one of the main reasons they continue to be a staple food for New Englanders.

Truckload Sale PDF Print E-mail

Today & Tomorrow-10/17 & 10/18 from 12 - 5 pm!
The BFC Truckload Sale

Big savings on every day food items
for your family!

Buy a case, stock up for the winter and save big!
Bulk grains, pasta, laundry detergent, cheese, turkey, shrimp, organic carrots, kombucha, toothpaste and much more!  

Pre-order forms in store and online!

(That's right! You can pre-order your cases and have them waiting for you!)

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