Ever wonder what happens to grain after it’s used to make beer? It’s called “spent grain” and a group of current and former Johnson & Wales University students last year started a business called OURgrain dedicated to finding new ways to reuse it. In February, the startup started selling baked goods, including scones and pretzels
Edible Rhody celebrates local food of the Ocean State and tells the stories of the farmers, chefs, fishers and food and beverage artisans who work and live here. They present photos, recipes, and tales of Rhode Island's rich and varied local food community. They boast 1,200 active farms and 450 miles of immaculate New England Shoreline.
The Clean Food Club is an online publication about food and sustainability innovation in New England, and every post on this blog can be categorized by Clean, Community or Local: clean, whole food and community-driven innovation with a focus on local. We share recipes using local ingredients, and stories of farmers, entrepreneurs and community leaders who are changing the way we eat. With each post, The Clean Food Club explores the possibilities of eating as local, as healthy, and as sustainable as possible, featuring content from contributors all around Boston.