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Chloe’s Post: Restaurants with a Local Focus: Another Way to Incorporate Local into Your Life

While going to a farmers’ market and getting your own local foods is a fantastic idea (read my previous blog post: 7 Reasons to Go to Your Local Farmers’ Market), there are other ways you can incorporate local foods into your life. One of these ways is by going to restaurants that have a local […]

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How CSAs Save Local Farms (and the world)

Seacoast Eat Local believes in supporting and promoting local foods for the health of our community, environment, economy and culture. One of the most impactful steps that any individual can take to support this goal is to enroll in a CSA Program with a local farm. Why are CSAs so critical to farm health and sustainability? […]

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Chloe’s Post: Açai Bowls, Pitaya Bowls, Smoothie Bowls . . . Oh My!

One of the major health-food trends that has seemed to take the world by storm is the smoothie bowl. This concept that revolutionized the traditional smoothie is simple. Make a smoothie that is thicker, put it in a bowl, and then add a bunch of toppings in an artistic way. It used to be that […]

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Veronique’s Post: Eat Ugly Vegetables (A PSA)

According to the non-profit organization, Feeding America, approximately 25 to 40 percent of food grown and transported to the US will never be consumed. That means 20 pounds of food is wasted per person per month, that’s a lot of money and resources going down the drain. Wasted food makes up a large percentage of our […]

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Emily’s Post: Gluten Free Goodies at the Farmers’ Market

As promised in last week’s blog post, I went on a little mission at the farmer’s market in Exeter this past weekend in search for some gluten free treats.  I know that I can eat all of the fresh meat, fruits, and vegetables that I want but sometimes I want a treat.  That’s not always […]

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Veronique’s Post: Blissful Benefits of Bison Meat

For two years, I took what I thought was the “heroic” path of vegetarianism. I forfeited my love of juicy burgers and sweet smoky ribs. I told myself I would be content with a veggie and grain based diet. Though many people participate in this lifestyle, it left my stomach a little empty. I wholeheartedly commend those who are […]

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Chloe’s Post: 7 Reasons to Go to Your Local Farmers’ Market

The Variety and Specialty Goods At a farmers’ market, you never know what you are going to find because of the variety! Things you can find include: produce, meats, cheeses, breads, pastries, drinks, authentic cuisine, cards, knitwear, and even beauty products! These products can also be considered specialty goods because they are hand-grown and handmade. […]

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Emily’s Post: On a Mission to Find Gluten Free Treats!

Having Celiac Disease, I am not able to consume gluten or I get really sick.  So, whenever I go anywhere food related, I am always on the hunt for a gluten free treat.  When I was at the farmer’s market a couple weeks ago, I circled around with my eyes peeled for something that was […]

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Veronique’s Post: Getting into the Knitty Gritty

If you’re anything like me, the cold weather leads to days spent indoors awaiting warmer weather. This winter, I promised to a be a bit more productive while watching daytime TV, so I decided to “pick up” knitting. After briefly looking at video tutorials online, I confidently picked up my needles… and utterly failed. It […]

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