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Spring 2020 Issue

This issue brings us a magnificent crop of recipes and articles from our LifeSource team.
 
  • it’s a beautiful spring, and we hope you’re finding ways to enjoy it. You may be finding yourself with lots of time to spend in the kitchen, and to that end, we’ve filled this issue of News in Natural with recipes to enjoy.
  • We’re marking the end of an era at LifeSource, as our founder and longtime leader, Alex Beamer, enters retirement
  • Ben meets with Alex to discuss his quarter-century with LifeSource and his plans for the future.
  • Tabetha offers a report from a volunteer trip to Marion Polk Food Share, an organization that is more important now than ever, as many deal with food insecurity.
  • Learn how people historically foraged fresh food during the ‘hunger gap’ in early spring.
  • Meet LifeSource Chef Devereux Alo, creator of many LifeSource Deli favorites.
  • Learn the secrets of easy food and wine pairings, with our handy guide.
  • Discover our kitchen-tested recipes for spring brunch favorites.

You’ll find those articles, more recipes, and hear about some of the team’s favorites in this issue of News in Natural.

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Fall 2019 Issue

This issue brings us a magnificent crop of recipes and articles from our LifeSource team.
 
  • Tabetha offers up a preview of the many mushrooms that will come to us from Oregon’s forests over the coming weeks, and kicks in some fantastic mushroom recipes for good measure.
  • Olivia discusses the potential hazards of the ubiquitous chemical BPA, and tells us how to avoid it.
  • Ben was grateful to have gotten the chance to sit down with Reyna Lopez, the Executive Director of PCUN, about the union’s struggle on behalf of Oregon’s farmworker community.

You’ll find those articles, more recipes, and hear about some of the team’s favorites in this issue of News in Natural.

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