Juanita's First Thursday Creations - Sampling

Time: 
October 2, 2014 - 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Location: 
Potsdam Co-op - 24 Elm St.

Join Juanita at the Co-op to sample her delicious food creations and learn about how to use the various grains and other ingredients available at the Co-op! Recipes are always available to take home. This week Juanita will be sampling a Wheat Berry Salad. Wheat berries. A grain? A fruit? What can you do with them? Lots! Wheat berries are actually the wheat seed, complete as nature intended, except for the hull. They can be winter or spring berries, hard or soft wheat, and red or white in color. These little gems are high in protein, Vitamins B1 and B3, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, and manganese. High in dietary fiber, they help lower blood cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Their chewy texture makes them delightful in salads, breads, desserts, and breakfast dishes. Wheat berries are well known in some European countries and, in fact, McDonald's in Switzerland has added them to their menu!

Buying Club Online Ordering

Take advantage of our Buying Club from home by using our online service! Member/Owners can sign up for a Buying Club account online at http://foodclub.org/potsdamcoop/login, or by using the link under the Buying Club heading in the left sidebar. It may take up to three days for an account to be activated. Once there, you can search UNFI's catalog and add items to your cart. The order will be locked from Monday at 6 a.m. until Tuesday at 4 p.m. so that we may place and process the order. We will email you an invoice for your records and have a printed copy in the store that you can use to purchase your goods. If you have any questions about how the system works, please do not hesitate to call and ask. You may also visit the "Information" link in the left sidebar for more details.

About the Potsdam Food Co-op

 

The Potsdam Co-op is a member-owned and operated natural foods cooperative where everyone is welcome to shop and anyone can join.

The Co-op was established in 1973 and has been dedicated to meeting the community's need for specialty and whole foods at the lowest possible cost ever since. Now in its fifth location, the Co-op remains a locally-owned business whose members volunteer to work alongside paid staff to keep the shelves stocked and the store running.

 As a member of the local community interested in its well being, we attempt to use local sources whenever feasible. We strive to provide a pleasant shopping experience and working environment, with an emphasis on education shared information, and developing our relationship with the community. We encourage environmental respect through the manner in which we conduct our daily operations.

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