If you live in a cold winter climate, you may think eating local in the winter means a lot of jarred, canned, frozen and dehydrated food.
While preserving food is part of a well stocked winter pantry, you can grow your own fresh food in the winter as well. Here are some of our favorite gardening and preserving techniques and tips for cold winter climates.
Foraged & Wild Foods
You don't need to live in the deep woods to find foraged foods. From herbs to berries to mushrooms, you can find an abundance of food if you know how to look.
To take part in a...
Artisan Cheese Making: Cowgirl Creamery Eden Canon interviews Sue Conley, co-founder of Cowgirl Creamery, to discuss the practice of artisan cheese making, the importance of sourcing locally, and the environmental impact of cheese productio...
Juice Cleanse: Starting the New Year Right Juicing is an excellent way to detox from the excesses of the holiday season and start the new year healthy and light.
January is the perfect time to reset your eating habits after a season typic...