The crisp, cold season is wrapping up but there is still so much winter produce to eat! From kale, to cabbage, citrus and more, winter foods are abundant. Cooking seasonally is nutritious and connects you to your local farms as well as the earth beneath your feet. In the Pacific Northwest, most people consider summer cooking as the main event for local produce. But, there is a variety of different winter produce to experiment with around this time of year.
A new year is already upon us and many people are resolving to make more nutritious everyday meals. Healthy eating can vary from person to person. But in general, most people are probably aiming to eat more vegetables and leaner protein. It can be hard to pack in the nutrients with vegetables, carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Little steps can help get you there and on track to continue the habit throughout the rest of 2023! Read on for a few tips and ideas on how to make nutritious everyday meals on the regular.