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Grain of the Month: Canihua PDF Print E-mail

 by Chris Ellis, Staff Nutritionist
July, 2016

 I am delighted to have yet another miraculous seed to feature this month, canihua, which is pronounced kani-wa (and is sometimes spelled that way too, among other variations).

It is found in the Bulk department at the Co-op, alongside other gluten-free grains.

It's often hard to keep up with the diversity of grains as well as the introduction of new varieties sold in the Bulk department at the Co-op!

Canihua is tiny, though it is bigger than the incredibly small teff grain, which was featured in a recent newsletter.

Canihua is actually a seed, but it functions as a grain. Unknown to many in this country, it has been around a long time but is a relative newcomer here!

Food Connects—Harvest of the Month PDF Print E-mail

July 2016

Vermont Harvest of the Month (HOM) is a Farm-to-School campaign that provides ready to go materials for the classroom, cafeteria, and community that promotes the use of local, seasonal Vermont foods.

It was created through a collaboration of several Farm-to-School organizations, including Food Connects located here in Brattleboro.

Recipe: Canihua Salad with Citrus Dressing PDF Print E-mail

 (Adapted from Ceres Organics’ website by Chris Ellis)
July, 2016

 A delicious refreshing salad no matter what the season!!

Community Garden Meeting PDF Print E-mail

Tuesday, July 19th

We are seeking interested individuals to support us in the upkeep, weeding, maintenance, and long-term planning of the Brattleboro Food Co-op/Community gardens: the Edible Brattleboro Garden in the back of the parking lot, the front flower garden, and the herb garden in the Café patio.

Please know that all gardening can be done for shareholder hours and that we already have shifts available at Shareholder Services.

We will be holding a meeting in our Community Room for an hour to recruit support for these gardens as well as to discuss ideas for future growth.

This meeting is in collaboration with Edible Brattleboro and S.P.A.C.E.

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