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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
Collard Greens — Florida Kale, Lacinato — Florida Kumquats — California Leeks — California Oranges, Blood — California Squash, Kabocha — Mexico Tomatoes, Red Roma — Florida Zucchini — Florida Eggs, Pastured — Frankfort, NY (LOCAL) This order from Angello’s … Continue reading
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
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
New product: High Country Kombucha in Wild Root High Country Kombucha beverages deliver a high content of probiotics due to the use of a pure and authentic Kombucha culture. HCK grows its cultures in the high altitudes of the Rockies, while using … Continue reading
Try out our new kalamata olives – bulk, in store now. $11.19/lb.
On Saturday 12/31 we are closed for inventory until 2pm. We are also closed Sunday 1/1 for New Year’s Day. Beets, Red — Westminster, VT (LOCAL) Carrots, Orange — Copake, NY (LOCAL) Chard — USA
Lacinato kale from @lancasterfarmfresh. Cold weather improves kale's flavor and texture. In stock at the co-op today, in addition to cauliflower, leeks, miner's lettuce, zucchini, and baby red cabbage 🌱🌿 A post shared by 4th Street Food Co-op (@4thstreetfoodcoop) on … Continue reading
The co-op will be closed December 25th and 31st, 2016, and January 1st, 2017. Happy Holidays!