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Baby Plants With BIG Flavor!

Upon being asked if I liked Dijon mustard, I shook my head yes and tried some little green plants that tasted amazingly just like Dijon mustard. The mustard flavor was quickly followed by a hot sensation (not spicy).  What was … Continue reading

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Talking ’bout a Canvolution

For many food enthusiasts, the clinking approach of a glass jar, metal lid, and huge stock pot are about as terrifying as Jack Nicholson in The Shining. In my early dabbles with canning I would think, “All this time, this … Continue reading

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Leading a Sake Revival. In Texas.

Yoed Anis makes sake in Texas. Born in Israel, but now a self-proclaimed Texan, Yoed began his enterprise in the fall of 2011, propelled by his love of brewing beer and an attraction to a natural connection between the historical … Continue reading

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“The Best Tofu You’ve Ever Eaten.” Oxymoron? Not for Hodo Soy!

Hodo Soy Beanery’s story begins with founder Minh Tsai, who wanted to create a type of tofu that, in his words, “the Asians would eat.” Tsai had a vision to create a reliable, healthy, and unique tofu that people could enjoy. Backed by … Continue reading

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When the Goating Gets Tough, Mary Gets Milking

As Mary Ridgon recounts, “All of us receive the same amount of hours in the day. What we do with them is up to us and ultimately defines who we are.”

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Don’t Stop Bee-lievin’

Shakespeare, even in 1599, knew the great importance of bees in society saying in his play Henry V: “for so work the honey-bees, creatures that by a rule in nature teach the act of order to a peopled kingdom.” This … Continue reading

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A Silvopastoral System Preserves Agrarian Landscapes and Lifeways

Do you see something, that doesn’t belong? Jack, the one without horns, is just one of the anomalies you’ll come across at Grove Creek Farm. Located about 20 miles east of Athens, tucked into the Georgia countryside, is a unique couple … Continue reading

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