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Farmers' Almanac Soups & Salads

Fiddlehead Soup

Fiddlehead Soup

A springtime soup made from healthy, delicious wild food!

April 2012
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Chard Salad

Chard Salad

A fresh, healthy salad made from hearty colorful greens!

April 2012
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Fiddlehead Salad

Fiddlehead Salad

Bring the flavor of the wild to your table!

April 2012
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Dandelion Soup

Dandelion Soup

Don’t kill that weed! Eat it!

April 2012
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Creamy Asparagus Soup

Creamy Asparagus Soup

A creamy, delicious, spring soup!

April 2012
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Waldorf Salad

Waldorf Salad

A touch of fruity sweetness makes this salad a real treat!

February 2012
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Arugula, Pear, and Asiago Salad

Arugula, Pear, and Asiago Salad

Jump start your meal with this sweet, savory, and healthy salad recipe.

December 2011
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Chopped Winter Fruit ‘n Spice Salad

Chopped Winter Fruit ‘n Spice Salad

Give your body, and your taste buds, a treat with this nutrient-packed fruit salad, perfect for winter months.

December 2011
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Winter Mint Fruit Salad

Winter Mint Fruit Salad

Brighten up your winter with this fresh, vitamin-packed fruit salad recipe!

November 2011
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