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Whether you prefer robust or milder flavors, there's a cabbage recipe for you—from coleslaw to sauerkraut and stews.
Section: Food Profiles | Fresh from the Source
To get the most out of your garden, it's important to plant each vegetable at the right time. Find what planting zone you live in and find out what to plant now and throughout the year.
Section: Fresh from the Source | Growing Your Own Food
Many gardeners like having a main vegetable garden area to concentrate their food production. When designing your own vegetable garden, it’s important to understand the basics.
If there is one technique that will make your gardening easier this summer, it is proper mulching. The right mulch will reduce weed growth, conserve soil moisture, make the garden look beautiful,...
A 20-family Amish cooperative in northern Iowa supplies organic produce to People's Food Co-op, 60 miles to the north.
Section: Community Stories | Voices from the Field
Co-op helps kids explore food and the labor behind their food through tasting, hands on projects and the arts.
Why are fermented foods so popular? The health benefits, delicious flavors and the opportunity for DIY are just a start.
Section: Cooking | Food + Lifestyle
Ten fun ways kids will love to eat good, healthful food.
Section: Eating for Health | Food + Lifestyle
Fermenting pickles isn’t tough and doesn’t require much equipment. You probably already have all the equipment you need!
Spice up your summer salad AND impress your friends with lean, mean, fabulous greens from your local co-op.
These flavorful cabbage rolls are drenched in tangy tomato sauce and filled with nutty, earthy buckwheat and almonds.
Section: Dairy Free, Fall & Winter, High Fiber, Lunch & Dinner, Vegan, Vegetarian
These filling, hearty cabbage rolls are accented delightfully by a sweet and sour sauce.
Section: Fall & Winter, High Fiber, Lunch & Dinner
This full-flavored side is a perfect accompaniment to hearty mains, like roasted chicken, lamb or or tempeh patties.
Section: Budget, High Fiber, Low Fat, Low Sodium, Lunch & Dinner, Quick & Easy, Vegetarian
Tofu is infused with a flavorful marinade then topped with spicy cabbage and carrot slaw in these tasty wraps.
Section: Dairy Free, Fall & Winter, High Fiber, Lunch & Dinner, Spring & Summer, Vegetarian
In this unconventional kimchi, squash is served up al dente; its sweetness is accentuated by the brine and chiles.
Section: Appetizer, Fall & Winter, Gluten Free, Lunch & Dinner, Snack
This aromatic cabbage, sauerkraut, sausage stew hails from central Europe and is Poland's national dish.
Section: Budget, Fall & Winter, Lunch & Dinner, Soups & Stews
This delicious vegan-friendly recipe has big flavors and a lot of crunch.
Section: Dairy Free, Lunch & Dinner, Quick & Easy, Vegan, Vegetarian
This Mediterranean-inspired wrap features marinated steak with pickled vegetables and refreshing minted yogurt sauce.
Section: Fall & Winter, High Fiber, Lunch & Dinner, Spring & Summer
A pungent, flavorful and spicy fermented cabbage blend, kimchee can be used as a condiment or served as a side dish.
Section: Appetizer, Dairy Free, Fall & Winter, Lunch & Dinner, Snack, Spring & Summer, Vegan, Vegetarian
Not your average slaw, this golden-hued, slightly sweet, summer favorite punches up the flavor with Indian spices.
Section: Dairy Free, Fall & Winter, Heart Healthy, High Fiber, Low Fat, Low Sodium, Quick & Easy, Salad, Spring & Summer, Vegetarian
Pickling is an easy and fun project that requires little equipment and yields delicious results. Get pickling today!
It’s easy to dye eggs naturally —and you may already have dye-worthy ingredients on hand.