Market Fresh summaries
Our food preparation segment features Courtney Coleman with Cookwell.org. This week, Courtney addresses coffee and how to de-acidify it.
Our food preparation segment features Courtney Coleman with Cookwell.org. This week, Courtney addresses "maintaining balance during the holidays.".
We also speak with National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition spokesperson Sarah Hackney regarding the FSMA and how it could affect small organic farmers.
Our food preparation segment features Courtney Coleman with Cookwell.org. This week, Courtney addresses "building and warming" foods, with an emphasis on naturally saturated fats.
We also speak with USC Director of Sports Nutrition Becci Twombley on the health benefits of pistachios. California is the largest producer of pistachios in the world, growing 98 percent of our national output.
We also speak with John DeRosier, owner of With The Grain. John is passionate about heirloom grains and educating the public on their importance in our lives and history.
Our cooking segment features CookWell's Courtney Coleman on preparing cultured grains for your breads, cakes, or muffins..
We also explore the benefits of eating honey for a quick energy boost. Mitzi Dulan, RD, CSSD. Mitzi is currently the team nutritionist for the Kansas City Royals and a spokesperson for National Honey Board. She reommends checking HoneyLocator.com to find local providers near you!
Our cooking segment features an interview recorded in Austin, Texas with Chef Tim Shaw from the International Culinary Center in Campbell, Calif. Chef Tim discusses his curriculum for teaching students how to source sustainable ingredients.
Free range, cage-free, organic, pasture raised... what's the difference when it comes to buying humanely farmed eggs? Aurora Porter with Austin's Vital Farms gives us the details.
CookWell with Courtney Coleman features a discussion about cultured vegetables and probiotics.
Lisa Archer with BeeAction joins us to talk about the pesticides that may come pre-packaged on your garden plants. She explains what you can do to help change this trend.