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The Hands that Feed, Part 1: Faces of the Grocery Frontlines

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Despite the fanfare for their service, food retail employees themselves are not convinced they’re ‘recognized’ in ways that actually improve their lives.

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Thinking Outside the Crisis: Throwing Off Our (Food) Chains

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The supply chain is not a series of equal links dependent on the ‘weakest link’ to operate. Rather, the middle is a choke point over the food supply.

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Living Well Amid Waste: Wealth, Wages, and Food Insecurity

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Newfoundland and Labrador has the highest rate of food insecurity in Canada. It also has the second lowest minimum wage. These two things are connected.

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Ball criticizes feds on food insecurity in northern communities

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Premier’s comments on food security in Canada’s north “totally hypocritical,” says jailed NunatuKavut Elder and land protector.

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DIY maple syrup: building a local tradition

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Eight years into our do-it-yourself adventures in maple syrup, things are getting serious.

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Hate the budget? Time to get some chickens

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The recent provincial budget reaches deep into the pockets of every citizen of our province. One way to combat ‘the age of austerity’ is to take steps towards self-sufficiency, just like our grandparents did when times were tough.

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Why local?

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‘Eat local’ has become a bit of a buzzword over the past few years here in Newfoundland, yet we still import over 90 per cent of our fresh fruit and vegetables. Here’s why local food is so important.

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Daily dose of doom and gloom

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Everything is not awesome and everyone knows it.

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Lovin’ the lovage

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Lovage, sometimes known as sea parsley, is so obscure nowadays that it can’t be bought at your typical grocery store — but it once enjoyed wide popularity. Let’s discover some of the wonderful things our ancestors, from Nan all the way back to the Caesars of Ancient Rome, have done with this versatile and delicious herb.

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Rhubarb: more than meets the pie

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Used for making medicine, wines and liqueurs, insecticide and art, there’s much more to this vegetable that many of us ever knew.

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The secret world of gourmet mushrooms

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There’s a little known secret about expensive gourmet mushrooms like shiitake, blue oyster, white oyster, lion’s mane and others — they grow on sawdust! With a little simple know-how you can grow these delicious mushrooms right in your own home.

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Vermicomposting: Letting worms work for you

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“All the fertile areas of this planet have at least once passed through the bodies of earthworms.” — Charles Darwin

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Popularity of local food production on the rise in NL

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From Facebook groups to farmers’ markets and community gardens to communal food-sharing programs — the writing’s in the dirt: food security is an important idea and a priority for people all over Newfoundland and Labrador.

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The Garum Experiment

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How a 2,000-year-old recipe for fish sauce can turn your capelin haul into something exquisite.

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Roasting your own coffee from green beans

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Roasting your own coffee is both easy and fun to do. Your coffee will be just the way you like it, every time, and you can enjoy it at a fraction of the cost of firing up your Keurig or visiting your local coffee shop

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Where the Wild things are

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Come and let me take you on a journey into nature’s grocery store. You don’t have to be in the woods to forage for artisanal produce. It’s abundant here in the city of St. John’s!

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Why we chose ducks

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Ducks can be a wonderful addition to your backyard homestead, providing you with a source of delicious eggs, hilarious entertainment and garden insect pest control

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Harvesting your own Newfoundland maple syrup

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Maple syrup — the first harvest of Spring. With a few simple tools and a little bit of know-how, you too can enjoy the nectar of the gods, straight from your own backyard.

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Labrador problems

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Systemic neglect of Labrador communities fuels anger and resentment

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Eating away at a problem

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Japanese Knotweed has invaded Canada in a big way, Newfoundland included. One solution? Bite back.

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