What is a community supported kitchen?



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    Community Supported Kitchens are a new idea bringing farmers and their CSAs to eaters who want to be more responsible for the food they put in their mouths and where they are getting it from. The difference is that these eaters do not have to sign up for fruits and vegetables, meat or eggs from a local farmer and then figure out what to do with them at home. Instead the produce goes straight to the kitchen where it is made into meals that eaters can buy straight from the kitchen. The kitchen incorporates sustainable practices that keep it from becoming corporate or large scale and even encourage members (eaters) to get involved in the cooking practice so they are involved with the food they eat.

    It’s not a cheap option, but does all people to eat the best food available from local suppliers, which in turn helps the local farming economy to continue thriving.

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