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The joy of vegetables
Vegetable recipes »
By Goldie Caughlan
PCC Nutrition Education and Quality Standards Specialist
I’m a home gardener and nutrition educator, and for nearly four decades have pushed the pleasures and health pluses gained from everyday feasting on seasonal vegetables, fruits and nuts. Plant-based foods are special — literally alive with palate-pleasing textures, flavors and innumerable health-supporting nutrients.
Includes special holiday recipes from PCC Cooks instructors and friends.
Feeling full without being stuffed
by Tom Ballard, R.N., N.D.
The holidays are a time to enjoy delicious meals with friends and family, and from Thanksgiving dinner to office Christmas parties, there are plenty of occasions to indulge. By eating sensible portions, it’s possible to enjoy all your seasonal favorites.
PCC’s first bagging contest
Anyone who ever has found something crushed at the bottom of their grocery bag knows the importance of thoughtful bagging. Bagging groceries carefully and quickly is so important to us at PCC that we’ve added a friendly competition to highlight its value.
A month without Monsanto: my GM-free experiment
by April Dávila
While procrastinating on Facebook, I followed a link to an article reporting evidence that there may be health effects associated with consuming Monsanto’s genetically modified (GM) corn. Clicking on that link was one of those moments on which I look back and laugh. I had no idea how my life was about to change.
Recipes from the November issue
Delicious healthy recipes to add color and flavor to your holiday spreads.
Holly’s Pilgrim Stuffing · Carrot Patties · Sautéed Fennel with Roasted Garlic and Thyme · Winter Root Slaw · Quinoa-stuffed Acorn Squash · Spicy Greens · Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Lemon-Garlic Sauce · Russian Ratatouille
What's new in store — November 2010
From grass-fed pastrami to organic baked tofu, sweet Satsumas to pumpkin cream cheese pound cake, we have a delicious variety of new items in store.
Notes from the Cellar
Tune in, turn on, say “Aaahhh ...”
by Julie Johnson, PCC Wine and Beer Specialist
Recently I read an article in “The New York Times” that chronicled the adventures of five eminent neuroscientists who spent a week “off the grid” in southern Utah — no laptops, no cellphones, just camping gear and a guide.
Edible and in-the-dirt gift experiences
by Kelly Sanderbeck, Communications & Development Director
What do you give your favorite foodie who doesn’t want more stuff but savors the tangible experience of local, organic food and the people behind it? Introduce them to the farmers and chefs working with PCC Farmland Trust to save local, organic farmland forever!
Letters to editor
Corn Refiners Association · PCC Advocates · Truth about fats · BPA in receipt tapes · Alternatives to Roundup® · Avoiding palm oil
rBGH-free dairy labels · Potato-size me · Americans shun agriculture jobs · Atkins diet tested · Doctors lack nutrition training · POM sued for false claims · Monsanto hired Blackwater · Roundup causes birth defects · Eat more fruits and vegetables · Fish farm fined · Pesticides cause thyroid disease?
Board report · Board meeting · Nominating committee completing work · Ends Policies monitoring overview · Ends-B: PCC membership is a respected and valued choice. · Member bonus discounts