Green Tip and Trade

Learn how to cook seasonally.

Angela Kim Dec 3, 2010

Do you know what fruits and veggies are in season each month? If not, download this printable chart from the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA). While winter may seem like a tough time to find good things to eat, you’d be amazed how many wonderful recipes there are for such sturdy greens as kale and collards. And when spring rolls around, you’ll be all the more ready for sweet, succulent, fragrant strawberries, not those watery, overpriced pieces of pink Styrofoam you’ve been paying top dollar for this winter. Check out photos of some seasonal foods on our website.

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