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Dandelion Flower Fritter Recipe

Here is a recipe for a favorite springtime snacks:  Gather dandelion flowers on a sunny day, for the bitter quality keep the sepals attached. Bitter is great for digestion, so […]

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Wild Greens Pesto

From Linda Conroy of This is one of my favorite things to make throughout the year with seasonal greens. The first greens of the year that I begin incorporating into this versatile condiment is […]

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Cranberry Oxymel: Healing and Festive by Linda M. Conroy, MSS, MLSP

Cranberries (Vaccinium sp) About Cranberries? Cranberries are small, hard, round, red fruits with a flavor often described as both bitter and sour. They grow on vines in freshwater bogs, mostly […]

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Herbs for Topical Application: Focus on Evergreen Infused Oils for Winter Health

Infused oils are prepared by taking fresh plant material and steeping them in a base oil for 6 weeks. There are many methods and approaches to making infused oils, including heating […]

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By Linda Conroy, MSS, MLSP Maintaining and promoting mental wellness is as important as keeping up with physical health. Often neglected, stress and anxiety can contribute to illness and can […]

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Maple Syrup Time: Sap Moon

The sap moon has arrived! We have been the orchestrators of an Urban Maple Sugaring Project in our community for the past 6 years. Our project began with our own […]

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Nourishing Herbal Condiments

Incorporating herbs as condiments is great way to add flavor as well as nutrients to your diet. Condiments can be made with fresh or dried herbs and can be sprinkled […]

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Switchel (Farmers Punch)

Before there was Gatorade, there was switchel or farmers punch. This refreshing beverage was served historically to folks working in the farm fields on hot summer days as a way to replenish electrolytes. […]

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Herbal Nourishing Salad Dressing

Salad dressing is something I have not purchased in a very long time. Back when I did purchase it, the ingredient list, no matter how “organic”, always contained something I […]

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Bread Kneader: Nourishment from the Lady

A couple of years ago I witnessed a woman express irritation at being called a lady. She was reacting to the idea of being considered an aristocrat and elitist connotations […]

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