One of my favorite pieces of nutrition advice is maybe the simplest: eat more fruits and vegetables. You may be rolling your eyes at the “basic” nature of that wisdom, but according to the CDC only 1 in 10 Americans gets the recommended 5 daily servings. No matter what your dietary preferences or needs, upping … Read More.
Beer is made with four ingredients: water, grain, hops and yeast. Despite this humble foundation, however, there’s a wide variety of color, flavor and aroma to be found on the shelves of our beer cooler. At the most basic level, there are two types of beer: ales and lagers. Ales are typically a bit heartier, … Read More.
Our latest newsletter showcases the fresh flavors of summer! We include a guide to picnicking like a pro, ideas for earth-friendly eating, grilling tips galore and plenty of recipes to try. Click on the photo below to check it out. “Fresh Bites” Summer 2018 Newsletter.
When it comes to special diets, veganism inspires many questions: What is it? What can and can’t you eat? Why choose a vegan diet? Some people go vegan for ethical reasons, some for environmental reasons and some for health reasons, among others. A vegan diet is one that excludes animal products (meat, seafood, eggs, dairy, and … Read More.
Hundreds of predators. No real shelter. What could go wrong? The temperature is getting warmer, the days are getting longer and it’s that magical time of year when people all across America are venturing into forests and, as a leisure activity, trying not to die. Let’s face it, hiking and camping don’t make a whole lot of … Read More.
Seeds are an amazing food. Each seed contains the potential to sprout and grow into a plant—a plant that will mature and produce more seeds, which will sprout, mature and make more seeds. Every time we eat a seed, we are consuming the potential—all the protein, vitamins, minerals, enzymes—needed to grow an entire plant and … Read More.
Your backyard grill isn’t just for burgers and dogs. Grilling can impart flavors into a variety of foods, and, given that Kentucky decided we’d go straight from winter into sweltering summer, cooking outside also keeps your home cooler. Here are some tips to make the most out the season’s favorite cooking option. Basics Start your … Read More.
I’m not a mom. Some people consider their pets children, but my cat is more of a really surly roommate who thinks it’s fun to stand on my face at 3:00 in the morning. Which I suppose could be said about some kids too, but I don’t think that qualifies me as a mom. I … Read More.
This post was written by our own Kathryn Dickens, Floor Manager and resident Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Good Foods Co-op. It’s a very brief overview of what she’ll be discussing in her May 23rd class: Gluten-Free Fundamentals. You can get details and buy tickets here. Photo credit: cocoroselle.com What is the gluten-free diet? The … Read More.
Good Foods Co-op General Manager, Bill Bickford This past Sunday we held the second of two Owner Town Hall Meetings scheduled as a follow-up to our recent Annual Owner Report. While not quite as heavily attended as the last event, we still had a solid turnout, and it was nice to have a dialog with … Read More.