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Chanowk Yisrael 

Chanowk Yisrael 

—Sacramento, California 2016 SFUSA: Tell me about your work. Chanowk Yisrael: I’m teaching people the secrets of the universe. I got involved in Slow Food with Charity. I'm on the board of Slow Food Sacramento. I was a delegate to Terra Madre in  last year. Good,...

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More Time for Lunch: An Op ed

More Time for Lunch: An Op ed

The school lunchroom does not have to serve up pressure and create food waste. It’s time to bring pleasure to food for our school kids and make sure they all have the energy to learn. When my son and your daughter have more time for lunch, we’ll build healthy communities and wonderful memories.
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Exploring Newfoundland with Adventure Canada and Slow Food

Plant a Seed: Meet the Beets

Read about the two beet varieties included in our 2019 Plant a Seed Kit! From Row 7 Seeds, the Badger Flame Beet is high in sweetness and low in geosmin, a compound that gives beets its earthy and "dirt-y" flavor. Similarly, the Early Blood Turnip Beet from the Ark of Taste is also sweet, with subtle notes of cinnamon when roasted. It's time to meet your seed and learn more about planting, watering, and harvesting your beets!
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Exploring Newfoundland with Adventure Canada and Slow Food

Plant a Seed: Meet the Squash

As the final chapter in our Plant a Seed Campaign's "Meet the Seeds" series, Row 7's Robin's Koginut Squash and the Ark of Taste's Long Island Cheese pumpkin are versatile and delicious. Although they are the seeds with the longest maturation period, it will be well worth the wait. With edible skins, seeds, and flesh, these squashes will keep you full and satisfied all winter! Read more to learn about their history, planting, watering, and harvesting.
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