Cynthia Lair started making and delivering a loaf of homemade bread to a different person every week. The practice brought all sorts of unexpected benefits.
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Sound Consumer, November/December 2021 | Issue No. 566
Thanks to a hard-won change in state law and a collaboration with local health departments, PCC shoppers can soon use more reusable containers in stores.
Let’s talk turkey! PCC staff members have tips for cooking up a great holiday celebration, including wine pairings, roasting basics, cool cooking classes and more.
A familiar name to longtime PCC shoppers, Kristi Brown honors culinary and cultural history with her acclaimed Communion restaurant.
Gumbo for the holidays? See why Nancy Leson and her husband, Mac, feast on this fragrant stew each year. Join Nancy’s PCC cooking class for a first-hand view.
Cooking black-eyed peas is supposed to bring on good fortune, and PCC has a great variety of ways to prepare them.
Even before PCC’s downtown store opens, the co-op is supporting six nonprofits fighting food insecurity in the area in notable ways.
How did new owners of a beloved artisan charcuterie business make needed changes while preserving the company’s quality and soul?
Planning for an uncertain future, the Washington Farmland Trust is finding new ways to preserve farmland in a time of climate change.
A 94-acre ranch that had been in the same Snohomish County family for 150 years will be protected from development forever.
See the lessons learned from the Rodale Institute’s Farming Systems Trial, the longest running side-by-side comparison of organic and conventional farming in the world.
Most municipal recycling programs don’t accept wine corks, but cork is actually a highly renewable resource. PCC and local partner Ridwell are working on easier recycling options for shoppers.
Holiday meals are great, but they can also default toward financial and nutritional splurges. Our guest columnist from Bastyr University suggests ways to eat more wholesome and affordable foods.
Help guide the future of the largest community-owned grocer in the country.
Plastic bottle ban • Palm oil and packaging • Animal welfare
Machine-picked blueberries • Black Farmers Collective grows • Regenerative dairy farm • Energy efficient buildings • Hunger on campus • Organic Pioneer Awards • “Healthy” food labels • New freezing techniques • Farmland rents • Organic dairy cuts • Sustainable yogurt packaging • Honors for local program • PFAS food survey • Rights of nature lawsuit • Food assistance
Get the inside scoop on fabulous PCC products with this peek at staff favorites.
Meet Mark McCondochie of the Redmond PCC and Kirsten R. of the View Ridge PCC!