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3 days ago

Food Shift

#repost from @stopwaste: Use up the last bits of vegetables rolling around in your produce drawer to make this simple meal or addition.
Chef Jen has created another nutritious, delicious recipe that nourishes our bodies and decreases food waste. This sheet pan recipe is a great way to use up little bits of produce that might not be enough to be a meal themselves but are too good to waste. Check out the different serving suggestions at the end!

Basic Instructions

Heat oven to 425ºF
Cut vegetables into similar sized pieces
Drizzle vegetables with oil and sprinkle with salt, pepper and/or spiced of your choice. Toss until vegetables are well coated.
Put vegetable on sheet pan and spread in a single layer so they don't overlap
Cook for 15 minutes, stir, and put back into the oven for 5 more minutes if needed
Helpful tips:

Add onions and/or whole cloves of garlic
Include a protein like cooked beans
Hearty vegetables like potatoes may need extra time to cook
Use parchment for easy clean-up
Serving suggestions:

By itself
Over rice
Over cooked greens
With pasta
With lettuce
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4 days ago

Food Shift

Have you checked out Food Shift's Seasonal Kitchen Guide? Each month we feature different produce with recipes and storage tips to help you reduce waste in the most delicious way possible. This month, we're featuring basil and sharing our favorite pesto recipe! Read more about how to make your basil last, and explore our full kitchen guide at bit.ly/SeasonalKitchenGuide.

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6 days ago

Food Shift

This Indigenous Peoples’ Day we’re sharing the work of some of our Ohlone neighbors: Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino’s Cafe Ohlone. Cafe Ohlone is located in the back patio and kitchen space of University Press Books on Bancroft and will be reopening November 2021. Since the pandemic, they began offering wild harvested prepare-at-home meals made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients like manzanita blossoms, quail eggs and pickleweed. To check out more of their work, click the link in our bio!

Image Credit: www.makamham.com
#indigenouspeoplesday #ohlone #cafeohlone #wildfoods #harvested #nativefoods
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