national nutrition month

Our farmers grow produce that is nutrient-rich, which means less is more for health.

Sustainable small farms focus on soil, plant, and animal health. They grow produce that thrives in their soils and climate, which reduces pesticides and fertilizers. The better the quality of the produce, the easier it is to make delicious food.

Use these three techniques combined with great produce to make quick, easy, and delicious meals.

How to Sauté

  1. Best for delicate veggies.
  2. Cut into similar thickness.
  3. Use a sauté pan.
  4. Heat enough butter or oil to cover bottom of pan (about 1 Tbsp).
  5. Add veggies and 1 Tbsp stock or water to pan for each pound.
  6. Cook until tender 5 minutes depending on veggies.

How to Roast

  1. Try to cut veggies into similar thickness.
  2. Toss with oil until shiny.
  3. Use a pan, not a dish.
  4. Leave space between the vegetables.
  5. Roast at 400 degrees.
  6. Cook for about 30 minutes or until veggies start to brown.
  7. Turn at least once.

How to Braise

  1. Cut veggies into similar thickness.
  2. Use a frying pan with a lid.
  3. Heat enough butter or oil to cover bottom of pan (about 1 Tbsp).
  4. Chop 1/8 cup chopped onions for each pound of veggies.
  5. Cook until soft.
  6. Add veggies and 1 cup stock or water for each pound.
  7. Heat until boiling then reduce heat to simmer and cover with lid.
  8. Cook for 15-25 minutes until tender, depending on veggies.

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