The Perfect Canvas for your Farmers Market Bounty

It’s no secret why the number of farmers’ markets has grown exponentially in recent years. We long for a deeper and more direct, emotional connection to our food, to know how, where and by whom it’s grown. Even if you’re fortunate to live where farmers’ markets run all year long (hello, Californians), summer market season […]

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Seed to Store: Harvesting Organic Spinach

Fresh, organic spinach is by far the most popular item we sell, and for good reason. With a tender bite and mild flavor, spinach is super versatile, delicious fresh or cooked, and loaded with nutrients and antioxidants (no wonder Popeye was obsessed). Scientifically, spinach belongs to the amaranth family and is related to beets and […]

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Almost Naked Greens

In Italy, where food is always seasonal and abundant, the salad is served at the end of the meal, after the main course and before dessert. The salad course tends to be underwhelming after the bounty of the antipasti (the starter), the primi (the first course, typically a pasta, risotto, or soup), the secondi (meat […]

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Never Boring Salads – Ask for What You Want!

May is National Salad Month and we have been sharing all kinds of resources to help you hit your salad game out of the park. But one of the easiest ways to keep things fresh? Stick with your favorite toppings, but swap out your go-to greens for something a bit more exciting. “Exciting” greens, you […]

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4 Oils to Try on Your Next Salad

Salad month brings up questions not only about what to put in your salad, but also what to put ON your salad. If you, like many, prefer to use a pre-made salad dressing, no judgment from us. Enjoy your salad, girlfriend! But if you are ready to try something a little different, read on for […]

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Getting to the Heart of the Matter:  Harvesting Romaine

These days, we as consumers are incredibly lucky to have the convenience of fresh organic greens year-round. That wasn’t always the case. In fact, this convenience is something that Earthbound Farm helped pioneer. But because they are now so readily available, it’s easy to lose sight of everything that goes into getting those beautiful greens […]

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Fabulous Flavor in a Flash: Un-Dress that Salad

By Samantha Cabaluna I had been working at Earthbound Farm for at least six or seven years and I thought I had pretty much earned my black belt in salads by then. What made throwing a delicious salad together every day so effortless was the fact that I kept the ingredients list short and satisfying […]

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6 Tips for Salad Haters

Salad Hater in Your Fam? Woo Them With These Tips We have faith that every family member who claims not to love salads can be converted. We just need to show them the way. When it comes to wooing a salad hater, the most important thing is to start with flavorful, high-quality ingredients, like our […]

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A Model of Style and Taste

By Sylvia R. Tawse This story begins in the 1940s, with a top fashion model and her classic recipe (shared below!). She was the top cover model at the time, long before the term ‘super model’ was coined. She was Bettina Bolegarde, raised by an expat Canadian mother in Paris, where she dreamt of being […]

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Meet Harvester and Grower, Kate Hitchcock

Kate Hitchcock’s office is her truck. As a harvester and grower, she is out and about a lot, driving to different fields to check on the crops. She loves the constant change of scenery and being a steward of the land. Kate grew up on a farm and is the fifth generation of her family […]

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Earth Day and the Ecological Benefits of Organic

As confirmed by our Organic Choices survey earlier this year, people choose organic food for many reasons, but avoiding chemicals and protecting the planet are important motivations. Since today, April 22 is Earth Day, we’re focusing on how organic helps protect the planet. For many of us, it seems like Earth Day has always been around, […]

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Simple Steps to a Sustainable Home

By Nicole Harris, Wonky Wonderful “While we all would love to make giant changes that instantly improve our environment, the reality is, it’s the small changes that add up to make the big impacts.” —Nicole Harris, Wonky Wonderful April is Earth Month! What better time to make a conscious effort to improve your sustainability habits. I know it can […]

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