Did you know that one of your favourite Earth and City products is a collaboration with another awesome Toronto-based small business? That’s right...our crackers contain leftover nutrient-rich juice pulp from Village Juicery’s cold-pressed juices.
These days there are apps for everything from playing with someone else’s dog to sailing on someone else’s boat. There’s even one for using other people’s toilets!
It’s called Garden Sharing... the idea is to build a sense of community, give people access to green space and create a supply of healthy, local and organic fruits and vegetables.
At Earth + City we champion seasonal, local food and with the change in season we start to see lots of new produce becoming available at farmers’ markets and grocers. In Ontario, spring means asparagus, rhubarb, fiddleheads and, of course, wild leeks (also known as ramps)!
" Right now you might be thinking “gochu-what”? That’s OK. We’re here to give you the lowdown. Before you know it, gochujang will be your new best friend in the kitchen."
"As regulars at Wychwood Farmers Market, we have always been very supportive of The Stop and its initiatives. We share a similar mission—to provide access to healthy, local and sustainable food—and our relationship has only grown since we started working together under the same roof."
" Spring brings with it new opportunities to experiment in the kitchen as new produce is reintroduced. This week we noticed that rhubarb has reappeared at the markets. Did you know that although rhubarb looks like celery it’s actually most closely related to sorrel? "
"Get to know the awesome people who prepare the food items that you love and find out how they joined the Earth + City team. This week we chatted to Alex, one of Earth + City’s lovely market vendors."