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  1. Cooking Class
    Cooking meals from scratch using fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients is a
    great way to connect with the local farming community. Fresh, organic foods taste

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  2. Common Ground's Bean Hole Beans
    The slow, long cooking makes the bean very digestible, tender and delicious.
    Maine logging-camp cooks modified this process, adds the Folklife Center.

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  3. Cooking with Whole Grains
    Cook over low heat for about 15 minutes or until tender. The opaque spiral of
    germ should show, and the grain should have a little resistance when bitten.

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  4. Cooking with Celeriac
    A curious little booklet called The Healthy Life Cook Book, published in London
    in 1915, says, ‚ÄúThis is a large, hard white root, somewhat resembling a turnip in ...

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  5. Cooking in the Common Kitchen
    Apples were an important component of our New England ancestors' diversified
    farms and were a constant theme in early Maine cooking. Stored in barrels in ...

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  6. Lambsquarters: Prince of Wild Greens
    This mealy powder, most noticeable on the undersides of the leaves as the plant
    gets older, repels water, but disappears upon cooking. The leaves themselves ...

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  7. Cooking with Cranberries, Wild or Garden-Grown
    Stir constantly, cooking until cranberries pop and sugar dissolves. Remove from
    heat and stir in pepper. Makes 2 cups. Will keep for a few weeks in refrigerator.

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  8. SCHEDULE subject to change Fiber Arts Building Skills Cooking ID ...
    Building Skills. Cooking. ID Walks. Scything. Chickens. Herbs. Gardening. 7:00
    AM. 9:00 AM. Learn to Spin. Betty Hauger - PP. **. Skirting & Assessing Fleeces.

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  9. Cooking with Celeriac
    Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association is committed to protecting
    your privacy and developing technology that gives you the most powerful and
    safe ...

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  10. Cooking with Celeriac
    AGREEMENT BETWEEN USER AND Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners
    Association The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association Web Site is

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