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I'm a busy Silicon Valley mom who also likes to grow veggies, eat real food, and support...

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OK, I'm fine with eating Kale Chips straight. My 10yo son is not. He loves them

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The best way to eat your surplus of summer squash is the simplest....

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Roger Doiron commented on pfrollin - status 1950066325
So glad to find this site! Thanks to the awesome Liz Snyder, who founded Full Circle Farm in Sunnyvale, CA. While I love having a farm just a few blocks from my house, I've been growing veggies, too. I love to cook, and with a recent allergy to corn, it's become more important for me to source from places I trust... like my backyard. :-) I'm always lookng for ways to make veggies appealing to our 6 and 10-year-old boys and to cook healthy,...

We've entered our new Sow It Forward program in Good Magazine's online contest for nonprofits...

pfrollin posted a status update 
So glad to find this site! Thanks to the awesome Liz Snyder, who founded Full Circle Farm in Sunnyvale, CA. While I love having a farm just a few blocks from my house, I've been growing veggies, too. I love to cook, and with a recent allergy to corn, it's become more important for me to source from places I trust... like my backyard. :-) I'm always lookng for ways to make veggies appealing to our 6 and 10-year-old boys and to cook healthy,...
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