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Food Forward Gleaning & Workshops

Food Forward Gleaning & Workshops
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We thank Food Forward for sharing the article below with Hometown Pasadena readers…   Feeding the Hungry at the Pasadena Farmers Market On a typical Saturday morning, Pasadena’s bustling farmers market entices hundreds of eager shoppers who sift through mountains of fresh produce. But ever wonder what happens to all that peak produce once the […]

Can It!

Can It!

Drying, smoking, pickling. Canning, bottling, jellying, and jugging. Have you guessed where we’re headed? Salt, sugar, lye, subterranean burial. Yes, we’re talking about ways to preserve food. Lye? Isn’t that used to unclog drains and used by criminals to make bodies disappear (literally dissolving them; 300 degrees for 3 hours)? Historically, lye has been used to […]

Food Forward – Valencias

Food Forward – Valencias

“There’s something enjoyable about plucking ripe, orange spheres from the sky and delivering them into boxes…You can meet great people and make friends, or just find your own tree and let your thoughts wander while you help feed people.” (Michelle, Food Forward volunteer) Food Forward in North Hollywood is a volunteer-driven grassroots group who “rescue” […]

A Home for Your Homegrown Produce

A Home for Your Homegrown Produce

Swimming in citrus? Rich in garden-grown greens? Set aside some of your backyard produce to donate to local food banks — they’re happy to pass along the bounty to our hungry neighbors. We checked out two Pasadena pantries — one at Fuller Theological Seminary and the other at Friends in Deed — that are listed on AmpleHarvest.org, a national website […]

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