Fall into Growing Food in Your Home

As the harvest season falls away to cooler weather, the staff from the Institute for Natural Medicine offers ideas to grow and preserve food in your home.
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As the growing season moves from the height of splendor to cooler months, you may not want to give up on growing food. It’s a great way to eat healthy, focus on sustainability goals and there is a certain amount sheer satisfaction when adding homegrown foods to the kitchen table.

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Taking small seeds to soil, starting a jar of sprouts, making Kombucha or pickling veggies inspires both taste buds and creativity. At the Institute for Natural Medicine, our staff likes to grow nutrient-dense food in our kitchens, windowsills and yards. 

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