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Category: Cooking Tip

Foods to Nourish Your Yoga Practice

Eating the right types of food is as important as the deep breaths you take while practicing yoga. Selecting specific foods pre and post yoga may enhance the effects and make your body and mind feel amazing! If practicing Ashtanga

5 Recipe Ideas For Eggplant

Eggplant season is here! That means your kitchen is nicely decorated with some nice shades of deep purple from your veggie share. Technically speaking, eggplants are a fruit, since their seeds are contained inside the flesh. They’re high in antioxidants and good

Cooking Storyline Week 9 Winter

Looking for ways to make an entire meal with your Local Roots NYC weekly produce? We asked a chef what he would make with 1 week’s worth of Local Roots veggies and here’s what he would cook! Contents used from Week

HOW TO CUT A WHOLE CHICKEN

Farmer Ben from Wild Fox Farm shared this helpful step-by-step description of how to cut the tender, delicious chickens he raises for our CSA chicken share.

VEGGIE SCRAP BROTH CAMPAIGN

Local Roots CSA is more than just food, it’s a lifestyle. Our community is always striving to find ways to live and eat sustainably. One easy practice in order to cook in a more sustainable way is to save your

Yogi Foods: Enhance Your Yoga Practice With Your Local Foods

Maintaining a regular yoga practice is a great way to stay flexible, strong and focused. Ever wonder if you could enhance or compliment your practice with the food you eat? You can! While eating fresh, local fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, whole

How To Use the Most Nutritious Food: Bee Pollen

Stated as the most nutritious food we can eat by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, bee pollen contains vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, lipids, and protein. It’s said to boost energy, extend life span, fights allergies and possibly even cancer, and relieves

Roasted Apples and Root Vegetables Recipe

Get creative with your bounty of fresh, local apples this winter! This local New York fruit can be quite versatile in the kitchen; from apple butters and sauce, to making chips or crisp. Below is a visual recipe for Roasted Apples

Making Som Tam with Local Produce

The first time I tried som tam was on my fifth day in Thailand. I was confused by this spicy, sour, salty dish– was I eating some kind of rice noodle? Vegetable? What were these dry shrimp? How was this

Creative Plating Ideas for Your Next Dinner Party

With the rise in popularity of people artistically expressing themselves as amateur chefs with dinner plates and bowls as their canvas, a dinner party is ripe with elaborately plated meals. You might think that with all of this creativity at