Posted on October 23 2020
"While many people across the U.S. recognize autumn as the prime time for frothy pumpkin spice lattes, buttery pies, and sweet apple cider (count us in!), there is an abundance of fall fruits and vegetables that can be used to make healthy, nutritious meals and snacks, outside of routine seasonal offerings.
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From frozen pumpkin puree to almond butter on sweet potatoes, the possibilities are creative and seemingly endless. Read on to find nutritional insight, and tips and tricks, including the best ways to prepare fruits and vegetables that are in-season for autumn." Read more here.