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You feel better when you eat fresh. First thing, you're healthier. Energized.

You're also doing right by yourself, your family, and the environment. Your life matches your values. That feels good!

But it's not only that.
Fresh tastes better.
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Here at Fresh Garden Energy, you'll find useful tidbits & ideas.
You might also have a giggle or two.
  • How to serve and store fresh foods like the ones you'd find at the Farmer's Market or grow yourself.
  • Personalities and nutritional profiles of your favorite veggies.
  • Information on the benefits of eating fresh, locally-produced foods.
  • Growing tips for backyard gardeners, especially if you live in the north.
  • And ... if you happen to live near Minot, North Dakota, you'll learn where to find our fresh, never-sprayed, and locally-adapted foods for use in your own kitchen!


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