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Burdock for Food and Medicine

Burdock for Food and Medicine

For many people, burdock is associated with prickly burrs that get stuck on clothing, in hair, and of course, on pets. What is less commonly known about this plant is it’s use as both a food and medicinal crop.

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Healthy Food in Health Care

Healthy Food in Health Care

Good health starts with good food! In keeping with that spirit, Deep Root is excited to announce that we have been selected to participate in a new initiative

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Cool Cukes – Focus on a Summer Favorite

Cool Cukes – Focus on a Summer Favorite

Cucumbers are one of the most ubiquitous vegetables in American cuisine.  Versatile and distinctly flavorful, cucumbers can be found in dishes ranging from simple snacks, garnishes and condiments, to pickles, and warm and cold salads of all types.  Even kids like...

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Red Beets – Glittering Rubies of the Vegetable Kingdom

Red Beets – Glittering Rubies of the Vegetable Kingdom

One of Deep Root's signature offerings, the Red Beet is a versatile and nutritious addition to meals year-round. Whether slow-cooked into borscht, roasted in the oven or shredded raw onto a summer salad - beets can be a nutritious addition to a variety of meals. The...

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A Winter Full of Roots!

A Winter Full of Roots!

  For those looking to eat in season year-round, the cold winter months may seem to present some challenges. Are there local options available for fresh, unprocessed produce? Is there enough variety to keep things from getting boring? Do these options provide a...

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Squash Time!

Squash Time!

Fall is right around the corner and we’ve been bringing in the first winter squashes and root crops of the season!  This week we have Butternut from Green Heron Farm in Richford, Red Kuri from Dog River Farm in Berlin, Delicata from Maple Wind Farm in Huntington and...

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