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The Wild Salmon Debate
About 10 years ago my friend Charles Johnson, the Vermont state naturalist, called me with a question about salmon. I...
Fair Trade Fruit
The concept of fair trade has made the leap from coffee mug to fruit bowl. “Fruit farmers around the globe often...
Tilapia: the fish for the future?
Nutrition experts urge us to eat more fish; yet, worldwide, we’re already consuming seafood at a rate that is not...
The Best Coffees
For lovers of great coffee, it may be the best of times—with an unprecedented availability of good and even great...
Read Local
Cooking with Shelburne Farms: Food and Stories from Vermont By Melissa Pasanen with Rick Gencarelli (Viking Studio,...
The Future of Food: Predictions from Michael Pollan
Award-winning author and food activist Michael Pollan changed the way many Americans think about food with his New York...
Decide your salmon choices: farm-raised or wild?
Decide your salmon choices: farm-raised or wild? It's a tough issue: with wild salmon selling for up to $25 a pound out...
10 Commandments of Food Safety
Every year 76 million Americans get sick from food, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Nothing you can do...
Food Safety Basics
Food-borne illness can be spread when bacteria-infected uncooked foods come in contact with cooked or ready-to-eat...
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