Meet the Makers: Kimberly Vincent

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You’ll probably recognize Kimberly Vincent because of her flowing white flocks. But you may also be familiar with her because she’s a former Moscow Food Co-op Board Member, current Co-op shopper and passionate math professor at Washington State University. Add to this lengthy list, dedicated dog rescuer and talented jewelry maker, and you have a pretty good […]

Bits + Pieces

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This new blog feature will give you a little taste of the goings on at the Co-op. It’s a chance for us to showcase our talented and dedicated staff, something we know the community is grateful for. 1. Dan and Matt hanging out in back stock. 2. Genoa placing stickers on delicious cheese. 3. Meghan […]

BEET READ: Financing Our Food Shed

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By Rachel Clark, Good Food Book Club Volunteer Coordinator  Join us in reading the January Co-op Good Food Book Club book, Financing Our Foodshed: Growing Local Food with Slow Money (2013) by Carol Peppe Hewitt. The Book Club will meet Sunday, January 25, from 6:00-7:30 at a member’s private residence to discuss Financing Our Foodshed. […]

Rooted Magazine

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We are so excited to introduce Rooted magazine to you! This quarterly publication from the Moscow Food Co-op is dedicated to food, wellness and community… and it’s FREE! You can pick up a copy in the store or read it online here.

Meet the Makers: Brush Creek Creamery

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Just 26 miles from the front doors of the Moscow Food Co-op, down a beautiful, tree-lined dirt road, sits Brush Creek Farms, the umbrella business which houses Brush Creek Creamery. It is on this rural piece of land in Deary, ID that the Salmeri and French families live. But they do not inhabit this land […]

Beet Read: Defending Beef

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Written by Rachel Clark There is a key and emerging debate in global food systems thinking about meat production. One side of the argument goes something like this: Raising meat for human food is inhumane, is a key cause of climate change, drives pollution and ecosystem destruction, is unhealthy for the human diet, and is […]

Holiday Gift Guide: For the Local Lover

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Thanksgiving has come and gone and it’s time to start thinking about holiday gift-giving. While we believe in shopping locally year-round, we push for it even more during the holiday season. We’ll be bringing you our gift guides for all the special folks in your life, so be sure to stop back and see what […]

Beet Read: The Sharper Your Knife, The Less You Cry

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Written by Rachel Clark In the best tradition of cozy, armchair cooking memoir, The Sharper Your Knife, The Less You Cry by Kathleen Flinn taps culinary gold. Part diary, part travelogue, part love story—all marinating in the thick, heady fumes of the Cordon Bleu cooking school — this book might send you off to Paris. […]

The Beet Box is One!

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A year ago we set out on this journey to create a blog for our Co-op. We wanted to share recipes, tips for living a greener life, recommend books and teach you about our local producers- the lifeline of our community. Whether you’ve followed along from the beginning or are just finding us now, thank […]