Eating locally and seasonally go hand in hand. When you support those growing and producing food in your region, you will naturally be eating what is seasonally available.
There are many reasons to eat locally and thus seasonally:
Sounds great, right?! So the next step involves finding out where to buy local and seasonal foods. Thankfully there are a plethora of resources available on the internet:
Most of these will give you clues as to what is in season as well, but you can check the Seasonal Food Guide if needed. As it is early April in New Hampshire from where I write, this is what is in season: bok choy, carrots, celeriac, parsnips, potatoes, salad greens, spinach, and turnips. You can also get beans, honey, maple syrup and micro greens.
Click on any of the above seasonal veggies for links to recipes and enjoy nourishing your body, your spirit, your community and your environment by eating local and seasonal!
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