Summer is the season of growth, when gardens flourish, and earth gives generously to man it’s bounty of colorful and delicious vegetables, fruits and grains. Winter, in comparison, is desolate and bare, for what can the earth give through the snow-covered land and leafless trees?
A lot actually! Local winter produce is just as inviting, colorful and healthy! Red apples, crimson beets, eggs, maple syrup…winter’s offerings are just as healthy and delicious. So, set aside age-old misperceptions and look around you for locally grown winter produce. Try the ideas in this infographic on how to maximize seasonal bounty.
Is It Possible To Eat Local In Winter?
Infographic by – Sustainable America