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Thanks for all the coffee suggestions – now we've got a great list to work through. We've been drinking Los Pinos from @barringtoncoffe all week.
Tomorrow is New England Cheese Day at the Wayland Winter Farmers' Market. 10am-2pm. Taste incredible local cheeses and visit with all the regular vendors, too! http://myemail.constantcontact.com/New-England-Cheese-Day—the-Wayland-Winter-Farmers–Market.html?soid=1101389290518&aid=sZnoI2cHrHc
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A chefs' role can be crucial in promoting food biodiversity. To find out more re…
A chefs' role can be crucial in promoting food biodiversity. To find out more read about Slow Food’s Alliance between Chefs and small-scale producers project.
or read about the Seong-In Bong Nali (or Hanson's lily).
In Ulleung-do Island since 1882, people in the region have lived on eating the roots of Hanson's lily.
The young sprouts are boiled and roots can be used for medicinal purposes.
Today, the plant is rarely consumed, but there is a push for a restoration of Ulleung-do Island's local food culture and so roots and sprouts of the lily are now being found again in some restaurants.