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Feeding the microbiome

The microbiome is what we call the community of trillions of cells that live in the large intestine. These bacteria and fungi outnumber all the other cells in your body put together. Weighing more...

DATE: Oct. 9, 2019 | COLUMN: Nourishing Morsels

Luv Box delivers plant diversity in a bento box

Maddalena Stancampiano needs an apprentice. She’s got plenty of basil, lemon cucumbers and kale, but she’d like more time. She produces and delivers 15 to 20 plant-based, catered lunches each day,...

DATE: Oct. 8, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Carver Brewing’s Lightner Creek Lager wins medal at Great American Beer Festival

DENVER – Carver Brewing Co.’s Lightner Creek Lager won the bronze medal in the light lager category at the Great American Beer Festival on Saturday in Denver. About 90 beers were entered in the...

DATE: Oct. 7, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Farmers Market: Thimbleberry Smoothie Co. seeks to nourish the community

For market-goers seeking a place to get a fruity breakfast, one option is Thimbleberry Smoothie Co.’s purple trailer. The company, co-run by Ryell Carley and Kim DeVenero, sells organic,...

DATE: Oct. 2, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Good Food Collective connects food and those who need it

Since it formed in October 2017, the Good Food Collective has grown in its mission to reinstate an intact regional food system. “We see food, and especially local food, as this way to provide...

DATE: Oct. 1, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Trailblazer of New Mexico chile industry to be honored

ALBUQUERQUE – A researcher seen as a pioneer of New Mexico’s chile pepper industry is being honored by the National Agricultural Center. The Albuquerque Journal reported Monday that Fabian Garcia...

DATE: Oct. 1, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Senators press Trump administration on India pecan tariff

CARLSBAD, N.M. – New Mexico’s U.S. senators want the Trump administration to defend the state’s pecan growers from tariffs during ongoing trade negotiations with India. U.S. Sens. Martin Heinrich...

DATE: Sept. 30, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Farmers Market: Gallery H fashions practically anything from wood

A woodworker for about 15 years and a Durangoan for about seven, Tim Hassemer makes everything under the sun. “You name it. I build everything – anything from earrings to cabinetry, furniture,...

DATE: Sept. 25, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Durango gets hazy with its IPAs

Clear, bitter and piney, West Coast-style India pale ales have been the darlings of the American craft beer movement for decades. But recently, a new challenger has appeared from the East – New...

DATE: Sept. 24, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

What makes Impossible meat possible? A “bloody” ingredient

NEW YORK – What makes Impossible burgers possible? An engineered ingredient that makes the veggie patty look bloody – and one of many new concoctions food regulators expect to see more of in the...

DATE: Sept. 24, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Farmers Market: Orchard House Farm transitioning into Bear Balm

Orchard House Farm sells a variety of edible and skincare products, but this may be the last season to purchase many of them. The 10-year-old, Hermosa-based business is leaving behind the organic,...

DATE: Sept. 18, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

Pickles can be more than just sour cucumbers

“Pickles,” mused my son, crunching a sour, green spear at age 5, “aren’t like food you grow. They come from another food.” It could have been an answer from Jeopardy: The Kindergarten Round. “I’ll...

DATE: Sept. 17, 2019 | CATEGORY: Food

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