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Samamkaya Yoga Co-op Partnership

We are pleased to announce that the proposal to enter into an exchange between the 4th Street Food Coop and the SamamkayaBackcare & Scoliosis Collective has passed by a large margin. We look forward to this mutual support and solidarity … Continue reading

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New Naturally Nutty Nut & Seed Butters

       Check out our new Naturally Nutty nut & seed butters in stock now. We’re carrying the following fully organic, vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO varieties: Almond butter (original) with chia, hemp & flax seeds  $16.78 Pepita & Sunflower seed … Continue reading

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White Sage from Mountain Rose Herbs

I usually find something new in our bulk spice/herb wall if I look around for a bit. I then refer to the Mountain Rose Herb website for more information. Here’s what I found for White Sage, which can be used … Continue reading

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Cooking Collard Greens

A good friend recently made me the most delicious dish, surprisingly flavorful, using all ingredients found at the co-op. The dish was collard greens, a co-op produce staple I had previously been intimidated by. Try out this recipe to incorporate one of … Continue reading

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Red Cabbage

Red cabbage – deceptive from the outside, its outer leaves conceal a vibrant inner pigment that comes from a flavonoid, cyanidin, that functions as an antioxidant. Some health benefits of eating red cabbage include: cancer prevention gut health detoxification vitamins … Continue reading

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Beet Hummus Recipe

   4 medium sized roasted beets 2 Tbsp tahini 5 Tbsp lemon juice 1 or 2 small cloves garlic 1 Tbsp ground cumin 1 Tbsp lemon zest Generous pinch of sea salt and pepper to taste   from member Randi G … Continue reading

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Sprouting Live Oats

from Vanessa Lynn Wood by way of Cayuga Pure Organics & in the Co-op Recipe Archive! If you know how to sprout beans, it’s a similar process. These need less soaking then beans, and only need to be rinsed once a … Continue reading

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Grain Cooking Guide

Rinse before cooking. Bring water to a boil and then add the grain. Add a pinch of salt if desired. Boil for 5-10 minutes then cover and simmer for 20 – 40 minutes. Or, after adding grain, cover and bring … Continue reading

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Bean Cooking Guide

Rinse thoroughly and pre-soak beans overnight. Or, use quick-soak method: in a saucepan, cover beans with water and boil rapidly for 2 minutes; take off stove, cover and let stand for an hour or more; then drain, add fresh water … Continue reading

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USDA Issues Major Animal Welfare Standards for Organic Farms

Compassion over Killing (cok.net) posted this recent article: In its last major move under the Obama administration, last week the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has introduced comprehensive new animal welfare standards governing organic farms. The sweeping changes are important … Continue reading

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