October 2012

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  • Thanksgiving

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    We're counting down to the holiday, with a new Thanksgiving-preparedness tip each day on FB & Twitter (@davisfoodcoop). Today's tip is all about the aftermath.

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    Plan for leftovers! We all know they’re the best part of the holiday. What's your favorite way to use extra dark meat, stuffing,...

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  • Pumpkin

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    Pictured above: a pumpkin we roasted whole. The yellow part is the flesh; we peeled off the skin after baking and letting cool for a long time. Spooky! And easy.

    Super easy way to eat more fresh pumpkin:

    Scrub your squash, pierce with a knife several times (to let hot air...

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  • The Davis Food Co-op's Endorsement of Proposition 37

    The Davis Food Co-op would like to publicly voice its support for Proposition 37 on the November California ballot. For us, Proposition 37 is fundamentally about information, disclosure, and consumers' “right to know” – not a judgment about genetic engineering in agriculture.

    The consumer cooperative movement has a long history of leadership in advancing consumer...

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  • Update on Proposition 37

    The Cornucopia Institute, proponents of Proposition 37, have again updated their poster about who in the "natural products industry" is donating in favor of and in opposition to the measure on the November ballot measure that would seek to label GMO foods. 

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  • October is Co-op Month!

    Cooperative enterprises build a better world.

    We are much more than food co-ops: we are consumer, producer, share-service, worker, and hybrid cooperatives. We are celebrating ourselves all year, and October is just a crescendo of sorts. In Davis, we're focused especially on ...

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  • The Vine, October 2012

    Please note that this PDF is the same as the printed version, so items are not updated here if there are changes after the newsletter goes to print. 

    Stories in this issue:

    • From the General Manager "We Report to G Street, They Report to Wall Street" by Eric Stromberg
    • From the Membership...

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