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Cooking In Season: Dandelion
Did you know?
Dandelion has the distinction of being among the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, containing more protein, fiber, calcium and potassium than any other green; they're also loaded with beta-carotene. When young, it is mild-flavoured; when mature, it is the most bitter of greens. Tap to read more.
In Her Vegan ShoesSmile.A new day is part of life’s eternal cycle,In this big world, spinning around in space,A tug-of-war with words and ideals,Shrink until they are merely dots in the distance,Scattered in grooves on the wind that pollinate,Man’s heart away from nature,Dreaming of lives they wish to savour.
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Our 5 Tips to Shop Like A Pro at Farmers MarketsHave you ever wondered why a farmers market is about more than farmers selling produce? We want to say that it is because a marketplace where food, goods, ideas, and money are exchanged is an ancient public place - one that we respond to in a deeply intuitive way despite the omnipresence of the supermarket. Also, when you think about it, the farmers market is really about the only place left in our lives where we can interact with someone who makes something we use. Tap to read more.
Cooking In Season: Asparagus, Plus Tips to Prepare
Do you know the trick to break off the butt end of an asparagus spear? An easy way to do this so it snaps easily, is to grab several spears at once - grasping the stems in one hand and the bottoms in the other. Bend the asparagus spears. An asparagus will naturally break (more or less) where the woody part ends and tender part begins.
The woody bases can be saved and used for soup stock. Wash the stalks thoroughly and carefully to remove any sand from under the scales.
A Fruit of Jamaica
Read A Fruit of Jamaica! We are so excited to dig deeper to share with you some food for thought. Enjoy our bit of history shared.
Celebrate Black History: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow (page 6)
From Our Table: An Island Rich In Heritage
Recipes: Drinking for Health
Jamaican Fusion Soups and Sauces
Fun Facts About Jamaica
Why Pumpkins Play Such an Important Role During the Fall Harvest
Lift your spirits with a smiling pumpkin this season.
The fall harvest is a time for gathering with family and friends to celebrate the abundance of food. Tap to read more.
New Product Announcement! Reasons to "Guava Nice Day" with RicherEarth Vegan Eats' Spiced Guava Ketchup
Our love affair with good food continues! Now delivering our Spiced Guava Ketchup to select Ontario locations - so start planning those recipes! It's worth the wait.
Our sauces are 100% vegan, gluten free, and all natural. Experience the taste of "hot and smoky" vegan ketchup in a bottle, inspired by fresh ingredients and Caribbean flavours. Handcrafted in Ontario. Order online and get it delivered!
A Love Letter: Hello Autumn Season
Autumn brings big changes.
The heat of the morning sun is less intense now.
The leaves change from green to bright yellows to oranges or reds in brilliant hues.
Lovers fall into a trance with the comfort of its beauty.
Ways to Recycle and Repurpose Mason Jars
Let's all do our part.
Recycling can be confusing, but we have all recognized the importance of environmental responsibility and doing our part to take care of our planet. As technology advances, the number of materials that can be recycled will inevitably increase. We suggest that you check with your local recycling programs to find out the most up to date guidelines for your area.
Vegan Lingo and Their Meaning
Why is vegan lingo important?
• Lingo allows you to express your feelings and way of thinking better than any language would.
• It allows you to hold fluent conversations with likeminded people.
• It allows you to understand language variations within the vegan community.
• Helps one learn the history of veganism.
• It helps evoke emotions more than any other language.
• It describes concepts and ideas that cannot be expressed better using formal language.
Healthy Reasons Why We Love Mangoes
To eat a fresh ripe mango, is to enter a world where eating just one in a sitting might not be enough. In Jamaica, some people eat the skin of the mango, especially if freshly picked from a tree.
Many can enjoy fresh mangoes as a tasty treat or prepare them in various dishes. To determine a ripe mango, gently press it with your finger. If it leaves a dent, it is ripe and ready to eat. Here are some ways you can include mangoes in your diet.
We've Teamed Up With Random Acts of Green
We are pleased to share with you that RicherEarth Vegan Eats has joined the Random Acts of Green member community.
Random Acts of Green celebrates a community of members from businesses like ours, to individuals who engage in collective climate action. This collaborative group of businesses and individuals understand that this planet is our shared home and that we all have a part to play in protecting it. Tap link to read more.
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