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Q & A with Real Food Producer: U-RAAW!

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Real Food Q&A with U-RAAW!'s Adam Franklin
The Real Food Guide BarsEditor’s Note: A while back Adam Franklin of U-RAAW! offered to send me a box of custom-made energy bars. Once I learned that they were made with raw, quality ingredients, and from the city where I went to university, I had to try them. My custom bars had dates, sunflower butter, sprouted chia powder, clover honey, chocolate chips, vanilla extra and cacao. The fun part was, not only did the bars come in exactly the flavor I chose, I also got to name them too! They tasted amazing. The only problem I had with these real food bars was that they went a little too quickly once my son got his hands on them. Since my bars were nut-free, they made for a good treat to include with school lunhces. They were also a good substitute for homemade snacks when I didn’t have time to make my own. They’re so good that I wanted to help Adam spread the word about his biz, and I asked him a few questions about it, and his real food philosophy. Once you’ve read all about Adam and U-RAAW!, you’ll want to enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post for a chance to win your own box of custom energy bars and more!

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August 27 |

Urban foraging for serviceberries (aka saskatoon berries)

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Urban foraging for ServiceberriesWe bought our home about 3 years ago, and every year, we aim to gradually expand our garden beds to add curb appeal and hopefully crowd out some weeds. So a few months ago, this article caught my eye: “Gardening: A small tree for all seasons“. Not only is the Amelanchier tree an early flowerer, but as an added bonus, it grows sweet little red berries – serviceberries. Serviceberries are also called shadbush or saskatoonberries. And like all colorful berries, they’re high in antioxidants as well as fiber and minerals like manganese, magnesium and iron.

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July 12 |

Should you join a CSA? 6 Questions to ask yourself

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join-a-csaOne way to eat locally and support your local real food producers is to join a CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture. Basically, a CSA is a farm-share where a farmer offers up a number of shares, subscriptions or memberships, which you pay for in advance.

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May 13 |

5 Reasons to Shop Your Farmers’ Market

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5 Reasons to Shop Your Farmers' Market

Your local outdoor farmers’ markets are starting up soon with fresh, seasonal and delicious REAL FOOD! Need a reason to go out and see what your local farmers’ market offers? Here are five:

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May 8 |
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