Marion organizations work together to address food insecurity

Summertime is usually a busy season for Whitney Gherman and other staff members at the Ohio State University Extension. 

Last summer, the social justice educator was involved in creating an urban farm with members of Mayes Community Temple Church, as well as distributing starter plans for King’s Temple Apostolic Church on how to grow healthy food. 

This year, OSU Extension provided meat for Logos Christian Ministries’ produce market on Saturday. The group plans to help other food pantries in Marion. 

Supplying fresh and healthy foods for the community has long been a priority for Gherman, who specializes in food access. 

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Bill Clinton Rejected Queen Elizabeth’s Tea To Eat Indian Food And ‘Be A Tourist’ In UK

Recently declassified documents by the United Kingdom have revealed how former US President Bill Clinton wanted to try out Indian food instead of having tea with Queen Elizabeth during his official state visit to UK in 1997. 

According to the documents, Mr Clinton had visited England to meet the newly elected Prime Minister Tony Blair at the time and turned down the offer of having tea with Queen Elizabeth because he wanted to go shopping and eat Indian food, reported CNN.

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The Best And Worst Vegetarian Meat Substitutes For The Environment

In an effort to protect the environment, many of us have started whipping up a tofu stir fry on the regular and chowing down on the popular Impossible Burger in place of a traditional beef hamburger patty.

You’re on the right track if you’re doing this. Environmental experts agree that eating any type of meat substitute is, without a doubt, better for the environment than meat.

“The single biggest step that will significantly reduce our environmental impact of the food we eat and grow is to ensure that we consume more plant-based proteins within our diets,” Mark Driscoll, a sustainability

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Fellow Drops Once a Week with Coffee Offerings Via TextDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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Consumer coffee equipment maker Fellow has just launched a text-message-based coffee ordering service called Fellow Drops.

Every Tuesday, Fellow Drops will send info and images to subscribers’ phones, detailing an offer for a different whole-bean coffee by a different roaster. The offerings, curated by a panel of Fellow employees, will occasionally include coffee offerings that are exclusive to Fellow Drops, according to the San Francisco-based company.

After providing payment and shipping info through an initial sign-up process, customers can send a single-digit reply to a Fellow Drops message to indicate the number of bags they

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Orange coffee soda is your mysteriously delicious summer drink

One of life’s great, rare pleasures is the kind that comes from changing your mind for the better. That feeling when you hear a song you were too cool for in high school, and suddenly realize it’s a banger. That recognition when you see that the present you’d never have picked out for yourself has grown on you. That epiphany that if you just roast that vegetable instead of boiling it, it’s delicious. That experience when you try something just to be polite and wind up loving it.

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This Quick Chilled Soup Recipe Is Rich and Refreshing

AS A YOUNG CHEF Ryan Bartlow chanced on the “El Bulli” cookbook by Spanish molecular gastronomist Ferran Adrià and was duly wowed. “I’d never seen food like this,” he said of the avant-garde recipes. Mr. Bartlow made his way to a triple-Michelin-starred restaurant outside San Sabastián, where he cooked complicated meals for a year.

While he was there, however, the Spanish cooking that captured his heart was more homespun. Now, at Ernesto’s in Manhattan, he serves rustic classics like this chilled soup topped with hard-boiled eggs and tuna preserved in olive oil, a version of southern Spain’s salmorejo. “It’s humble

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