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FoodFit Program Week 2 of 12 Recap + A Recipe

It was week 2 of 12 of the FoodFit Program – another amazing session. It’s so nice to come back to get together again with all the participants. Cooking meals together is always the fun part. After meal preparation, we … Continue reading

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FoodFit Program Started April 24th

We had our first session of the FoodFit Program on Monday, April 24th, 2017. Here’s a little description about the program: FoodFit is a 12-week program designed to help you learn the skills and knowledge to make healthy choices when … Continue reading

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Making Dumplings

It was such fun making dumplings from scratch for the first time. It was a lot of preparation though. Thanks to the funding from Vancouver Foundation Neighbourhood Small Grants, we had a group of parents who joined together to make … Continue reading

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Seniors Christmas Potluck 2015

Welcome back everyone! And Happy New Year! Just before the holidays, Frog Hollow and the volunteers had organized a Seniors Christmas Potluck. Each participant brought in a dish to share. There were quite a variety of food and all were … Continue reading

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Seniors Community Kitchen Workshop

Back in September of 2015, the seniors from the Frog Hollow Community received the Neighborhood Small Grants (thanks to the Vancouver Foundation) to do a Community Kitchen Workshop where participants get inspired and work together to make healthy meals. If … Continue reading

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Food Support for Permanent Residents and Refugees

 If you are in need of food support we can help with emergency food. We have food bank items, vegetables, meat and day old bread to offer. Please register with Eva. Please bring your Permanent Resident Card. Thank you Eva … Continue reading

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Canning Tips

A bit early in the year but you can never start to early to gather information. Another tip I found at the  Homestead Survival Blog Some good tips for you canners out there beginners and expert 😀 check out the … Continue reading

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Herb & Spice Uses Chart

I found this and pilfered it from the Homestead Survival Blog at http://homesteadsurvival.blogspot.ca/   an interesting blog with lots of tips

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Conventional, Organic or GMO..how to tell

For conventionally grown fruit, (grown with chemicals inputs), the PLU codeon the sticker consists of four numbers. Organically grown fruit has a five-numeral PLU prefaced by the number 9. Genetically engineered (GM) fruit has a five-numeral PLU prefaced by the … Continue reading

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A History of Growing- by Megan Adam

I met Megan in her beautiful garden this summer on a gorgeous day in July. She’s someone I “knew” through her blog She’s a maker and a gardener, organizes for her community and shares what she learns in many ways. … Continue reading

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