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Eat The Rainbow: The Importance Of A Colorful Diet

Eat The Rainbow: The Importance Of A Colorful Diet

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Written by Anjelo Alonte

Eating the rainbow, having a colorful palette in your diet is important.

Heirloom Tomato Sandwich

Heirloom Tomato Sandwich

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Written by Anjelo Alonte
Earlier in the summer, we had a chance to catch up with our friend Alice Waters of of Chez Panis...
Easy Garlic Broccollini

Easy Garlic Broccollini

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Written by Anjelo Alonte
Broccolini is one of the easiest vegetables to to prepare and since you can eat everything from ...
Rain Brings Challenges In The Winter Season

Rain Brings Challenges In The Winter Season

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Rain is often a welcome sight on California farms since it helps to restore the water table and s...
Bagel+Slice Embraces a Regenerative Business Model Near Occidental College

Bagel+Slice Embraces a Regenerative Business Model Near Occidental College

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Brad Kent, Blaze Pizza Co-Founder/Chief Culinary Officer, also runs Olio Wood Fired Pizzeria at D...
Alma Backyard Farms Redefines Biodiversity in Compton and San Pedro

Alma Backyard Farms Redefines Biodiversity in Compton and San Pedro

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Some farms define themselves by terms like organic, sustainable or regenerative, but not Alma Bac...
Butternut Squash Risotto Is The Cure For Winter Blues

Butternut Squash Risotto Is The Cure For Winter Blues

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Written by Lauren Arevalo-Downes
Butternut squash is a mainstay of the fall-winter season, but we're sure you've had enough of the...
Fennel Is The Main Character In This Hearty Winter Salad

Fennel Is The Main Character In This Hearty Winter Salad

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Written by Lauren Arevalo-Downes
Fennel season is usually late winter through early spring and every part—from the delicate greens...
Why You Should Make Eating Local Your Resolution This Year

Why You Should Make Eating Local Your Resolution This Year

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Some choices transcend New Year’s resolutions. For people like Sunrise Organic Farms co-founder A...
This Week's Bounty: December 31st

This Week's Bounty: December 31st

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Downtime is still in the distance for Sunrise Organic Farms partners Andrew Gibson, Jesus Salas, ...
Balancing Tradition With Experimentation at the Holiday Dinner Table

Balancing Tradition With Experimentation at the Holiday Dinner Table

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Tradition is a powerful force when we gather to eat with family and friends for the holidays. For...
This Week's Bounty: December 10th

This Week's Bounty: December 10th

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Rain finally started falling in Santa Barbara County and should continue next week, a welcome sig...
California's Extended Tomato Season Continues

California's Extended Tomato Season Continues

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Sunrise Organic Farms emerged from Thanksgiving weekend facing cooler temperatures. “The weather’...
A Farmfluence Thanksgiving

A Farmfluence Thanksgiving

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Farmers never truly get days off, but Sunrise Organic Farms partners Andrew Gibson, Jesus Salas, ...
Bracing for the Season's First Cold Snap

Bracing for the Season's First Cold Snap

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Written by Joshua Lurie
Sunrise Organic Farms continues to harvest summer crops like tomatoes and peppers while bracing f...
What Is Regenerative Farming?

What Is Regenerative Farming?

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Written by Joshua Lurie
“We have very clear directives: grow farmers, regenerative systems of agriculture, and local and regional food systems,” Roberts says.
The Evolving Nature Of Farm-To-Table

The Evolving Nature Of Farm-To-Table

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Written by Joshua Lurie
It’s no longer good enough for farms (or countries) to break even when it comes to factors like carbon footprints. With the world heating up every year due to climate change, farmers must pay more careful consideration to how they conduct business.

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