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  1. photo Rustic Rice with Wild <b>Lamb's</b> <b>Quarters</b> & MushroomsRustic Rice with Wild Lamb's Quarters & MushroomsRecipe
    type digestion, substitute white basmati rice. Adding extra black pepper will increase the digestive fire for Kapha.aboutThe hearty, rich flavor of Lamb's quarters, abundant in nature and urban settingsRead more
  2. photo Eat your weeds!Eat your weeds!News
    it extensively. People once regarded lamb's quarters as one of the most delicious of all vegetables. In spring they gathered the young plants, boiled them until tender, and served them with butter, salt and pepperRead more
  3. photo Braised Organic <b>Lamb</b> Shanks with Wild Mushrooms served on Roasted Garlic Mashed PotatoesBraised Organic Lamb Shanks with Wild Mushrooms served on Roasted Garlic Mashed PotatoesRecipe
    Serves 4 As always, use as many organic ingredients you can find for best flavor. Lamb Shank Ingredients: 4 lamb shanks (organic grass fed are the best) 6 tablespoons of extra virgin oliveRead more
  4. photo Organic Mache Salad with Fuyu Persimmons, Pomegranate Seeds and Candied Spiced NutsOrganic Mache Salad with Fuyu Persimmons, Pomegranate Seeds and Candied Spiced NutsRecipe
    /4 cup pomegranate seeds 4-6 ounces of organic mache (lambs lettuce)1/4 cup candied spiced nuts Whisk orange juice, vinegar, minced shallot and honey in a small bowl. Gradually whisk in oil in a slowRead more
  5. photo Mildly Spicy Red CabbageMildly Spicy Red CabbageArticle
    the grounds with herb and fruit gardens, and Chef Fulvio cooks with local beef and lamb. When shopping for organic food, add cabbage to your grocery cart. It’s high in fiber and vitamin C, while low in caloriesRead more
  6. photo Healthy Food Gives Organic Food A Bad RapHealthy Food Gives Organic Food A Bad RapRecipe
    doesn’t need to taste like dirt in order to be considered healthy. People commonly overlook pasture raised organic beef, chicken, lamb and pork amongst other organic meats, that you can now find in marketsRead more
  7. photo Tailgating, Organic StyleTailgating, Organic StyleArticle
    quarter.”    World champion quarterback and restaurateur Joe Theismann (left) says he has spent some of his favorite game days in his own backyard. He fires up Luck O’ the Irish Lamb Chops to honor his almaRead more
  8. photo Make your own antibacterial bandages with these garden plantsMake your own antibacterial bandages with these garden plantsNews
    to their cuts and scrapes naturally, one has to go no further than their own garden. Antibacterial bandages need not come in a box; Lynne explains that one of her favorites, woolly lamb's ear (Stachys byzantinaRead more
  9. photo 7 Ways to Celebrate National Farmers Market Week7 Ways to Celebrate National Farmers Market WeekArticle
    , trumpet mushrooms or lamb’s quarters and see if you find a new favorite. 3.    Bring a friend: The community ‘vibe’ at farmers’ markets is much more, well, ‘vibey’ than a supermarket. There are oftenRead more
  10. photo 5 Spring Lettuces to Plant in Your Garden5 Spring Lettuces to Plant in Your GardenArticle
    with vitamins, minerals and healthy benefits. When in doubt just remember: “Hail Kale!” Mache: This lettuce is also known as Lamb’s Quarters and is much more popular in Europe than the U.S. It’s a great sourceRead more