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Carly Dunnuck Why homemade chicken stock/bone broth? Urban living has posed quite a compost dilemma for me. This broth is perfect for utilizing such leftover food scraps  as bones from roasted chicken, chicken wings, or braised chicken thighs as well as anything you may ditch in the trash. Herbs, peels, stems. Using every part of everything makes a huge difference in the amount of food waste we produce. Save the planet, people! This broth is phenomenal as a component of almost every meal. I use it to cook rice or quinoa; add a splash to stir fry; ½ a cup...

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Carly E. Dunnuck Often I became deeply enamored by the human condition. I have an ancient need to “help,” to relieve others of their burdens, assuming them as my own. I willingly carry them with me everywhere I go. Collecting more and more by the day ignoring the gentle messages I receive urging me to slow down, to focus my energy inward.  I go along like this for varying amounts of time until I am inevitably stopped in my tracks. I too easily forget that I am a vital being, and that I too, must spend time rekindling my internal...

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Corporate Partner Spotlight: Everyday Adventure Treats February 15, 2018 in Corporate Partner Spotlight, News Updates We’re so proud to partner with a local company like Everyday Adventure Treats. EAT creates tasty handcrafted, gluten-free, vegan, fair-trade snack bars from real, wholesome ingredients. We had a chance to chat with EAT’s founder Rebecca Walter to find out what inspires her and why healthy, portable snacks are so important for kids. How did EAT Treat’s relationship with The Patachou Foundation begin? I discovered Matthew (TPF’s executive director) and The Patachou Foundation on Instagram four years ago when we were both young organizations. As a...

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