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Macaroon vs. Macaron

Today is Macaroon Day! This is not to be confused with the French pastry Macaron. While the base ingredients are similar (eggs), and the origin of the word Macaroon and Macaron may be the same, what sets these two tasty treats apart is vastly different.  Don’t forget to stop by the Co-op on Tuesday, May 31st, between […]

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Garden Classes and Garden Tours through the Co-op

Are you familiar with our Community Garden? The White River Community Garden aims to be a nurturing place for individuals and families regardless of age, race, class, gender, and ability. It is a place where the community can grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers. The CG supports Community Food Security by teaching and demonstrating organic, ecological […]

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June First Friday is also Doughnut Day

Get excited for our June First Friday! In the afternoon Kye will be sampling some of her famous homemade doughnuts in celebration of Doughnut Day and our upcoming 40th Anniversary Picnic! Come and get them while they last! Later on, from 4-6pm, enjoy music from David Engels and Eric Jensen. Sample some cheese and try […]

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Hamburger Day!

It’s Hamburger Day tomorrow! We hope you celebrate by firing up your grill and making your favorite burger recipe! At the Co-op we carry three options for local ground beef with all three being hormone and antibiotic free. You can choose from Black Watch, Shire Beef, or Maple Lane farms. Black Watch Farm raises grass fed, […]

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Sunscreen and Skin Care

It’s Sunscreen day next Friday, and to embrace this day of protecting your skin, the Co-op will be featuring a sunscreen product demo in the afternoon, followed by some make-your-own skin care recipes from 4-6pm. Find both of these demos located next to our cheese case on May 27th. If you can’t make it, the Co-op caries […]

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Learning to Pair Cheese

Here at the Upper Valley Food Co-op we strive to provide you with our best knowledge concerning food resourcing, quality of product, and fun ways to prepare your food for consumption. Recently we have started offering lessons in Cheese Pairing. During the winter, our original classes focused on the cheese board and starter meals for […]

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