Cultivating Christmas: Sustainable Food For The Season
December 9, 2013


 Story by Tricia Edgar Contributor

The bells are ringing, the snow is falling, and the smells of dinner waft into the room. Oh yes, it’s the season for feasting. Is your Christmas spread organic, local and GMO-free? If you’re looking for even more ways to make your season green, these ideas will help you cultivate sustainable food and more for Christmas.

1) Celebrate Glorious Veggies

Pass the Christmas kale chips? Whether you’re a vegetarian or an omnivore, veggies can play a big role in your Christmas celebrations.  From a mouthwatering apple tart to a down-home dish of ...

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