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Tips on entertaining, new product reviews, simple recipes and more from GateHouse News Service. Learn about nutrition, new and \x34trendy\x34 foods you may see at the market, and food and cooking vocabulary. Take our weekly quiz and get a weekly ...
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Tips on entertaining, new product reviews, simple recipes and more from GateHouse News Service. Learn about nutrition, new and \x34trendy\x34 foods you may see at the market, and food and cooking vocabulary. Take our weekly quiz and get a weekly cookbook review.
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Number to Know



95 percent: “Local” — this term means that the food is grown (or raised) and harvested close to where it is sold, with 95 percent of U.S. farms family-owned. Local food often is distributed a much shorter distance and supports local businesses, increasing economic benefits around the community.



— Brandpoint



Food Quiz



True or false: Organic food production involves pesticide and fertilizer use.



Answer at bottom of rail.



Wise to the Word



Meze: Meze is Greek for appetizer or hors d'oeuvre. A platter of tapas-like Greek mezedes (small dishes) may include stuffed grape leaves, tzatziki, tarama, grilled octopus, feta cheese, meatballs and olives.



— Cookthink



The Dish On…



“Racing Weight Cookbook: Lean, Light Recipes for Athletes,” by Matt Fitzgerald



With “Racing Weight Cookbook,” you’ll take control of your diet with the proven Racing Weight approach, practiced by the world’s best endurance athletes and backed by scientific research. The fastest athletes tend to be the leanest, but every athlete needs to eat well to perform well. “Racing Weight Cookbook” makes it easy for you to eat and train for weight loss at the same time.



— Amazon



Food Quiz answer



- True. (It’s a common misconception, but organic farmers can choose from organic certified pesticides and fungicides, which are outlined by the USDA Certified Organic program. They also can use livestock manure for fertilizer.)







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