Why You Should Care About Dirt

Soil is critical to life on earth. More than 99% of our food comes from soil! And that’s not all – we rely on soil to clean and store water, support biodiversity and regulate our climate. To keep our planet healthy for future generations, we need to take care of our soil. Some agricultural practices, including over-tilling, … Read More.

Natural Egg Dyeing Tips & Cool Tricks

Content provided by: Co+op, stronger together   Egg dyeing is a fun way to celebrate this time of year—and it’s a tradition that goes way back—as much as 5,000 years when Persians celebrated springtime with eggs colored with plant-based dyes. Plant dyes can be just as useful today and they’re plentiful; in fact you very well … Read More.

Beyond Corned Beef: Irish Inspired Recipes

Eeeeeeew. Let’s just not. When I think of St. Patrick’s Day food, I think of Irish soda bread, corned beef and probably some cabbage and potatoes thrown in. Oh, and consumables dyed an unnatural shade of green. While many people love these foods, I find that the variations offered rarely do the ingredients or dishes … Read More.

MAKE NUTRITION A CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION

This post was written by our own Kathryn Dickens, Floor Manager and resident Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Good Foods Co-op. She’s co-teaching a three-part class series that continues through March about diets and healthful eating with Annie Koempel, a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.   March has been designated National Nutrition … Read More.

A Good Baguette Is A Terrible Thing To Waste

I have a deep and abiding love for a good baguette.  Notice, I said a GOOD one. Ever since spending a semester in France back in college, I consider myself something of a baguette connoisseur, and in each of the various places I’ve lived since, I’ve always sought out the very best baguette. There was … Read More.

Eating For Winter Wellness

This post was written by our own Kathryn Dickens, Sampling Coordinator at Good Foods Co-op and also a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. She’s co-teaching a three-part class series that continues through March about diets and healthful eating with Annie Koempel, a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. Raise your hand if you’ve been … Read More.

Resolutions That Resonate

The following post was provided by Lexington -based Emergency Physician, Ryan Stanton MD, FACEP. Dr. Stanton is the host and creator of syndicated TV show “Stanton MD” and owner of multimedia company Everyday Medicine, LLC.  Welcome to 2018. A new year always means new resolutions. Many of us will commit to high-flying goals that will likely … Read More.

A New Kind of Resolution

This post was written by our own Kathryn Dickens, Sampling Coordinator at Good Foods Co-op and also a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Starting in January, she’ll be co-teaching a three-part class series about diets and healthful eating with Annie Koempel, a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. Ahhh, a brand new year… … Read More.