PCC Sound Consumer | December 2004

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December 2004

Image of flowers and squash, text reading 'A bountiful thanks,' cover artwork for Sound Consumer November 2004 issue

Good news about traditional holiday foods

Traditional holiday foods don't always deserve the blame for your extra holiday pounds. Despite their weighty reputation, many of them are good for you both nutritionally and calorically.

'PCC members, save 10% on the shopping trip of your choice - extended through March 2005.'

Extended through March 2005 — 10% discount coupon for members

During the last quarter of 2004, on a trial basis, PCC began offering our members the chance to save 10 percent each month on a shopping trip of their choice ... In order to make sure that our co-op can afford this member benefit on a permanent basis, we will continue to test this offer for the next three months.

People preparing food.

Community, celebration, and the slow life revolution

Like almost everyone I know, my husband and I dread the frenetic stress of the holidays. So a few years ago we decided that we would just leave! We packed up our VW camper and headed south for the California beaches.

Beecher's brings handmade cheese to Seattle

Producer profile

Kurt Beecher Dammeier has been a fan of artisan cheese for as long as he can remember ... So it's not surprising that late last year, Dammeier, an entrepreneur, opened Beecher's Handmade Cheese in Seattle's Pike Place Market. "I love cheese, and I felt that Seattle, as a prominent artisan product town, really needed and could support its own cheese."

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Change of seasons on the farms

This month includes reports from the Bennington Place, Dungeness Organic Produce, the Chinook Book, In Praise of Fertile Land with a poem "Planting Onions," and the donor roster for October 1-31, 2004.

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