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AlmondsOut of stockAlmondsNuts

Almonds are a good source of calcium, protein, fiber, antioxidants, and heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids similar to those in olive oil. They are also high in bio-available vitamin E.

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ApplesOut of stockApplesFruit

There are many types of apples out there, but only one of you. Gala, granny smith, pink lady, and more.

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AvocadoesOut of stockAvocadoesVegetables

Avocado toast, salads, and crackers aren't just for millennials.

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BaconOut of stockBaconPork

Makin' the bacon.

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BeefOut of stockBeefRed Meat

Sirloins, steaks, ground beef, and other cuts.

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BeetsOut of stockBeetsVegetables

"Bears, beets, battlestar galactica."

Beets naturally contain nitrates which are used in moderation for food preservation, such as pickling eggs. It's also used to help blood flow for strenuous exercise. Some people make juice from beet root powder.

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BlueberriesOut of stockBlueberriesFruit

Blueberries and others belong the Vaccinium genus.

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Broccoli & BroccoliniOut of stockBroccoli & BroccoliniVegetables

Cruciferous vegetables can be eaten steamed or as sprouts.

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Brussel SproutsOut of stockBrussel SproutsVegetables

Duck eggs are a great alternative to chicken eggs for pastries.

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ButterOut of stockButterDairy

Butter you going to eat it all? Good butter to a meal is like a fine watch to Kevin O'Leary. It'll suit any occasion.

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Cantaloupe & MelonsOut of stockCantaloupe & MelonsFruit

Big fruit, big taste. Honeydew melon is the same species of muskmelon as cantaloupe (misspelled canteloupe).

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CarrotsOut of stockCarrotsVegetables

Central North Carolina has some pretty good carrots.

"I bet you say that to all the wabbits." 
- Bugs Bunny

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Chicken EggsOut of stockChicken EggsEggs

Pastured eggs have a greater amount of vitamin E, vitamin A, beta carotene, folate, and omega-3s. These eggs also have less cholesterol and saturated fat. Pastured chickens and poultry are able to feed on wild insects, grubs, and fauna, which makes them a great companion for gardens and food crops as they naturally manage pest populations without chemical pesticides. They also scratch away low-lying weeds and replenish the soil with key nutrients in their manure, including nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, and more.

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Chicken MeatOut of stockChicken MeatPoultry

See "chicken eggs" for information about what makes pastured poultry different from industrial turkey, duck, and chicken.

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Citrus FruitsOut of stockCitrus FruitsFruit

Grapefruit, lemon, lime, navel oranges, mandarins, satsumas, and more are grown in warm climates. They're great for flavor and food preservation.

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Cocoa & Coffee BeansOut of stockCocoa & Coffee BeansBeverages (Non-Alcoholic)

Hot cocoa, dark chocolate bars, a cup of coffee, a cup of chocolate milk: all are possibilities for an artisan food crafter.

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CottonOut of stockCottonTextiles

Cotton is a source of pride for some North Carolinians.

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CrabsOut of stockCrabsSeafood

Blue crabs live off the North Carolina coast and in river estuaries, such as the Pamlico and Albemarle Sound.

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CucumberOut of stockCucumberVegetables

Stay hydrated with cucumbers, which contain over 95% water. They also go well with vinegar.

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Duck EggsOut of stockDuck EggsEggs

Pastured eggs have a greater amount of vitamin E, vitamin A, beta carotene, folate, and omega-3s. These eggs also have less cholesterol and saturated fat. Pastured chickens and poultry are able to feed on wild insects, grubs, and fauna, which makes them a great companion for gardens and food crops as they naturally manage pest populations without chemical pesticides. They also scratch away low-lying weeds and replenish the soil with key nutrients in their manure, including nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, and more.

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Freshwater Bass & TroutOut of stockFreshwater Bass & TroutSeafood

Fish are high in omega-3 fatty acids which are good for the brain.

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General BerriesOut of stockGeneral BerriesFruit

Blackberries, mulberries, elderberries, and other unique species. Strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries are categorized separately.

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Goat ChopsOut of stockGoat ChopsRed Meat

Goat meat is similar to lamb, mutton, and sheep meat in general. Did you know that in the U.S., lamb also includes older caprines (sheep and goats)? They share the same family with cows.

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Green BeansOut of stockGreen BeansVegetables

A fresh staple vegetable for any household.

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Haddock & CodOut of stockHaddock & CodSeafood

Hardy white fish from the north.

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HoneyOut of stockHoneyJarred Goods

Raw honey is a good substitute for refine sugar. It has also been used topically to assist in wound healing. Bee colony health is a good reason to support synthetic-pesticide-free crops that provide pollination areas for honeybees.

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Kale & CabbageOut of stockKale & CabbageLeafy Greens

They kale me a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. Edible leaves are for everyone.

Red Russian, dino, red, blue curled, and more kale. Plus cabbage.

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LettuceOut of stockLettuceLeafy Greens

Red-leaf, romaine, iceberg, and others.

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MushroomsOut of stockMushroomsMushrooms

Portebello, mini Portebello, Crimini, white, oyster, lion's mane, shiitake, maitake, and the list goes on. There's something about those morels too.

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Nuts (Other)Out of stockNuts (Other)Nuts

Walnuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, cashews, chestnuts, and more.

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OnionsOut of stockOnionsVegetables

Shrek: Ogres are like onions.
Donkey: They stink?
Shrek: Yes. No.
Donkey: Oh, they make you cry.
Shrek: No.
Donkey: Oh, you leave em out in the sun, they get all brown, start sproutin’ little white hairs.
Shrek: No. Layers. Onions have layers. Ogres have layers. Onions have layers. You get it? We both have layers.
Donkey: Oh, you both have layers. Oh. You know, not everybody like onions.

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PeachesOut of stockPeachesFruit

Georgia gets most of the peachy glory but it's not even in the top 10 states for production! Who wants peach cobbler?

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PeanutsOut of stockPeanutsNuts

Potato, potato. Nut, legume. Roast them, boil them, eat them from the shell, salt them, or get some creamy peanut butter. Go for the crunchy peanut butter if you're feeling it.

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PearsOut of stockPearsFruit

D'Anjou, bosc, bartlett, and other types are grown in temperate regions.

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PlumsOut of stockPlumsFruit

Did you know that plums are not only delicious, but are also good for digestion? Look for dried plums, or prunes, in the dried fruit listing.

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PotatoesOut of stockPotatoesPotatoes

Potatoes have many names: Russet, yellow, red, white, mini, round. They're great for potato salad, french fries, chips, and as a baked potato carrier for sour cream.

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PumpkinOut of stockPumpkinVegetables

Is it October yet? Puree, pie, drinks, seeds. There are many ways to enjoy pumpkin.

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SalmonOut of stockSalmonSeafood

Wild Alaskan, Pacific sockeye, farm-raised, or alternatives.

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Sardines & AnchoviesOut of stockSardines & AnchoviesSeafood

Commonly served with olive oil.

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Sea SaltOut of stockSea SaltOther

It's harvested from the ocean or mines, so it counts as a harvest. Use it for flavor, topping a dish, food preservation, a table decoration, or even science experiments. Unadultered sea salt does not contain harmful calcium silicate as a synthetic desiccant additive for anti-caking purposes. Research has shown that standard table salt's calcium silicate can create scarring and constriction of the cardiovascular system (blood vessels). Sea salt also has a wider variety of beneficial minerals for biological functions.

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Sheep MeatOut of stockSheep MeatRed Meat

In the U.S., all sheep is often called lamb, but in other countries, lamb is only the younger sheep, while mutton is older. Sheep meat refers generally to what's ready for humane slaughter. Pastured livestock live better lives and produce meat with higher quality.

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ShrimpOut of stockShrimpSeafood

Shrimp burgers, shrimp pasta, shrimp sandwiches, shrimp soup. The list goes on.

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SquashOut of stockSquashVegetables

Spaghetti squash, acorn, butternut, zucchini, and more.

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TomatoesOut of stockTomatoesVegetables

Eat these as-is or in a variety of dishes diced, crushed, or sauced. They're a great source of licopene. Many fruits are also vegetables, which is true for tomatoes. Get the cherry kind or heirloom tomatoes on the vine.

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Turmeric, Garlic, & GingerOut of stockTurmeric, Garlic, & GingerHerbs

Herbs with health benefits and flavor.

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WatermelonOut of stockWatermelonFruit

Seeds are part of the experience.

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Whole MilkOut of stockWhole MilkDairy

Intact proteins from cow's milk are nutritious in their undenatured form.

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Yams (Sweet Potatoes)Out of stockYams (Sweet Potatoes)Potatoes

Covington and beauregard sweet potatoes are popular in North Carolina.

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