Snack Attack: Spicy Cauliflower Bites

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Whether you’re trying to sneak more veggies into your kids’ diet (or your own), or you already shout your love of cauliflower from the rooftops, this recipe is for you. Snacking can often be one of the pitfalls of maintaining a healthy diet. While some think that snacking on carrot sticks can provide the same satisfying crunch […]

GAME DAY GAME PLAN: Oven Fries

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Regardless of who you’re rooting for on February 1st, these oven baked french “fries” will be real winner. They’re made with local, organic potatoes from Ronniger’s Organics (which are on sale for owners right now!) and can be coated with your favorite oil, herbs and spices. To make our version you will need: 4 medium Russet […]

Chocolate Avocado Cookies

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We understand how crazy we must sound. First we put lentils in your brownies and now we’ve put avocado in your cookies. You might be thinking, “Hey Co-op, why don’t keep your paws off my chocolate?” Or in this case, “You did what to my guacamole?” But hear us out! Avocados, with their silky, creamy […]

Game Day Game Plan: Cheesy Bean Dip

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We’re here to help you with your Game Day Game Plan, so that in between controversial plays you can stuff your face with something delicious. Did you know that Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest “holiday” for food consumption after Thanksgiving? Did you also know that Americans will consume over 30 million pounds of […]

Greens + Eggs (No Ham)

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Breakfast doesn’t have to be some carb-laden meal that makes you want to jump right back in bed. Since it’s long been touted as the most important meal of the day, we’re here to bring you a better breakfast- something full of protein, fiber and necessary nutrients that’ll get you through the day. You can […]

Budget Cooking: Amped Up Ramen

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Your college years are notorious for several things: books, booze and being broke. Since we’re in a college town, we are no stranger to the, “How do I eat well on very little money?” question. Ramen doesn’t have to be something akin to packing material with a super salty “What the heck is in this?” […]

HOW-TO: Make Paneer

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Making cheese may sound time consuming and like it’s out of your league, but we’re here to tell you otherwise. Paneer, a fresh cheese used in a lot of South Asian cooking, is one of the easiest cheeses to make at home. It doesn’t require any crazy equipment or a lot of time, but is […]

Get to Know: Farro

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What is farro? Emmer Farro is an ancient or “heirloom” grain related to modern durum wheat that is believed to have sustained the Roman Legions as they marched across Europe. It was first cultivated as early as 10,000 BC in Ethiopia. Farro was especially valued in ancient Egypt, where it was the staple crop and […]

APPY HOUR: Sweet + Savory Nut Crunch

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  New Year’s Eve is a time to spend with friends and family, reflecting on the year you just had and the exciting one ahead. You want to spend it socializing, not stuck in the kitchen, right? Well, this nut crunch is a perfect snack for your holiday entertaining. It’s sweet and savory with a […]

Lentil Brownies with Local PNW Lentils

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Right about now you’re either really excited about this recipe or wrinkling your nose in disgust. If you’re on the “you put what in those brownies?” train, give us a chance to change your mind. Lentils are full of protein and fiber and add an amazing amount of moisture to brownies. The lentils we use […]