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Farmers to You-Rhapsody Partnership

Apr 04 2014 by Madelief Becherer  |  no comments yet

Farmers to You works hard to bring fresh regional food to Boston area families. Every week they pick-up produce, meats, dairy, flour, and many other products around Central and Northern Vermont, including Rhapsody Tempeh (plain, teriyaki and BBQ), Rice Milk and Miso and then deliver it to family’s that ┬áhave requested these products in the Boston …

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Miso Dressings!

Miso Dressings!
Mar 14 2014 by Madelief Becherer  |  2 comments

Who doesn’t like dressing? It brings pizazz to whatever you’re eating and can add nutrients and probiotic organisms to your meal when you use miso as an ingredient. It is nice to use a blender when making dressings as this mixes the ingredients into a more creamy sauce. If you don’t have a blender, …

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Spring is in the air!

Spring is in the air!
Mar 06 2014 by Madelief Becherer  |  no comments yet

Although it was 8 below zero this morning.

Despite the frigid temperatures, it feels like Spring here at Rhapsody. For us at Rhapsody the arrival of Spring means we are emerging out of hibernation. There have been a few fantastic events that we have attended and there are a few more coming up in April. After that …

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Rhapsody Eggroll News!

Rhapsody Eggroll News!
Feb 11 2014 by Madelief Becherer  |  no comments yet

Rhapsody Eggrolls are about to get even better! We’ve been making them with local organic vegetables, organic high oleic sunflower oil, and chock full of organic ginger and garlic. As of March 1st, they will be wrapped in a local eggroll wrapper as well. We’ve teamed up with Vermont Fresh Pasta, to …

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Baking with Rhapsody Amazake and Rice Milk

Baking with Rhapsody Amazake and Rice Milk
Jan 16 2014 by Madelief Becherer  |  no comments yet

Baking cakes and muffins ALWAYS intimidated me. ALWAYS. It seemed so complicated. Cups of this, teaspoons of that. I’m a throw it all in a pot and let it do it’s thing kind of a cook. Nine times out of ten it works. But with baking there is that whole rising and don’t let it collapse in …

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