1. What's in Season? Winter Squash

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    Learn from Helge Hellberg, Host of An Organic Conversation, and Earl Herrick, Founder of Earl's Organic Produce, about Winter Squashes - why organic, the nutritional benefits, how to store them, and if they are more expensive when grown organically!

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    • What's in Season? Winter Squash

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      Sitarani Palomar and Earl Herrick in conversation about the season's Winter Squashes, their varieties, flavors, and uses.

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      • What is Rapini?

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        What are rapini and broccolini and what's the difference? They are both overwintered plants - turnip and kale. Kale broccolini is a bit sweet, while turnip rapini is more bitter. You can eat all parts of this delicious spring produce, so use it any way you can think - salads, frittatas, sauteed, or anything! Check out the next video to learn how to use it in a frittata!

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        • Canning - Health Nuts

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          With the amount of pre-packaged and processed goods that are available in stores, knowing exactly what you are putting into your body has become even more paramount today then ever…and more difficult. And reading the label can be just as daunting with packaging claiming "whole grain" and "no trans-fat" or ingredients as vague as "natural flavors" and words that only a scientist can pronounce. In this episode of Health Nuts, Encinitas local and mother of three, Isabelle Baril-Ortley shares why she does not sacrifice her or her boy's health by taking shortcuts when buying food. Instead, she purchases local, seasonal produce to ensure it's freshness and heightened flavor. And in order to enjoy these seasonal goods later in the year, she stores some away through canning. By following a few simple steps using basic kitchen utensils, you too can begin canning your own food ensuring you know exactly what is in the jar. Host: Isabell Baril-Ortley Producer: Cyrus Sutton Camera/Edit: James Campbell Music: "Reflection" Gabby ©2013 KorduroyTV

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          • Canning - Health Nuts (Trailer)

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            In this episode of Health Nuts, Encinitas local and mother of three, Isabelle Baril-Ortley shares why she does not sacrifice her or her boy's health by taking shortcuts when buying food. Tune in to http://www.korduroy.tv on Monday, March 4th to learn how you too can begin canning your own food, ensuring you know exactly what is in the jar.

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            • Shanghai Wet Markets: how to pick seasonal produce

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              Shot, edited, and produced for Time Out Shanghai. Wet markets in Shanghai offer the freshest produce - but each season has its own special vegetables and fruits to look out for. This is an insight into how local Shanghainese market vendors pick and choose quality seasonal produce.

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              • RHS Autumn Show demonstrations - how to plant a gorgeous evergreen hanging basket

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                Take a look at an easy and quick method of putting together your year-round hanging basket.. All plants and baskets are available to buy at the RHS London Autumn Harvest show, taking place now at the Horticultural Halls in Victoria.

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                • Domestic Bliss with Jordan Reid / Seasonal Produce

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                  Jordan spends a rainy Saturday morning at the Union Square Farmers' Market learning about how to pick the best seasonal produce.

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