Eat in Season
There’s a reason that summer tomatoes have a cult following and people go bonkers for fresh corn on the cob. In-season produce just tastes better and is naturally good for you. It also takes less energy to grow and ship food during its natural season, which can make them easier on both the environment and your wallet.
Eating in-season is a fantastic way to diversify your diet. When one food goes out of season, another is on its way in, making it easy to spice things up in the kitchen.
Depending on where you live, here’s what some seasonal picks may look like:
- Spring: Peas, strawberries, salad greens, asparagus
- Summer: Tomatoes, peaches, peppers, corn, cucumbers, melons
- Fall: Apples, pears, potatoes, mushrooms, cauliflower, squash
- Winter: Winter squashes, root vegetables
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