Archive | January, 2015

Discover Local: Micro Mama’s – Living Foods for Living Beings

Micro Mama’s is a line of lacto-fermented vegetable products made in Henniker & Weare, NH that is new to our shelves. All of the products are raw, naturally fermented, 100% organic, locally grown, gluten-free, and vegan. As a solution to the short New England growing season, Micro Mama’s uses all locally grown, organic ingredients when they ARE in season to create delicious, health supporting, nourishing fermented foods which extend the availability of local, organic foods into the non-growing season. Pure brilliance, really! Liven up your gray winter with some Silly Dilly Carrots (they really do taste like dill pickles!), or boost your immune system with some Immune Root Tonic from Micro Mama’s today.

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What’s Your Game Plan?

Not sure of your game plan for this Sunday’s Super Bowl?  Check out these great recipe ideas: – Savory Herb Cheese Bites – Parmesan Herb Roasted Potatoes – Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers – Sriracha Glazed Turkey Meatballs – Chorizo & Avocado Salsa  

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Thank You for Shopping For Good!

The Monadnock Food Co-op donated a total of $2,295 to nonprofits during this year’s Shop for Good Promotion running from November 1 to December 31, 2014.  Each time a shopper said “Shop for Good” at the register, the Co-op donated 10% to the nonprofit of their choice.  The Monadnock Waldorf School collected the most donations, […]

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SOUPer Bowl II

Before Super Bowl XILX, be sure to attend our second annual SOUPer Bowl Party on Saturday, January 31, 2015 from Noon to 3:00 p.m. You (and your friend, family and neighbors) are invited to taste samples of soups prepared by Co-op staff and local food producers and vote for the winners. Collect recipe cards for […]

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Cave to Co-op January 2015: Butternut

Butternut raw Brown Swiss cow milk natural rind, plank aged Willow Hill Farm, Milton, VT Willow Smart’s unlikely path to cheese began in Hawaii where she spent her childhood on one of the largest cattle ranches in America. When she left to study psychology and foreign language on the mainland, she hardly imagined a future […]

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