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June 15, 2008

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Stephanie

Go you!!! :)

There's nothing more thrilling than tooling around the grocery store and seeing the unsuspected "grown in Ann Arbor!" sign. It doesn't happen often, but it adds a little hope!

Kim

I hear you, Sarah! Eating locally is just that: taking what you've got that's in season and working with it until it's all gone! I knew we'd get some strawberries this week somewhere - I can't wait until they start up around here.

Kim

I hear you, Sarah! Eating locally is just that: taking what you've got that's in season and working with it until it's all gone! I knew we'd get some strawberries this week somewhere - I can't wait until they start up around here.

Beth

I think it's great that you're trying this out. It's extra work and especially living in an urban area, but good for you! I've been buying more local produce from our farmer's market lately, too!

Jessie Winters

We use King Arthur flour which is based out of Vermont. I checked their website and it did not mention where the flour is produced but I did run across a website that might be of interest http://northeastgrown.blogspot.com/ Also if you want to import your sugar, the sugar I grew up on was sugar beet sugar which is produced in Bay City MI and the thumb area. I never knew that I was eating a different sugar than much of the country... The brand was Pioneer sugar.

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