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MAY 2016

From Our Kitchen: Arugula Salad with Beets, Apples, and Blue Cheese

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This fresh, simple salad expertly melds the lively flavors of bright Granny Smith apples, earthy roasted beets, and creamy blue cheese. Thanks to our Chefs at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia for creating the vibrant Raspberry Honey Vinaigrette that ties it all together! Arugula Salad with Beets, Apples, and Blue Cheese Yield: Serves 6 Ingredients For the Roasted Beets: 2 medium beets 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil For the Vinaigrette: ¼ cup raspberries 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard...


Fresh Tofu Straight from Allentown, PA

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Looking for fresh tofu? Look no further than the name. SAGE supplier Fresh Tofu, Inc., located in Allentown, PA, has stayed true to its values of freshness and quality for more than three decades since it was founded in 1983. Their signature (and only) firm-style tofu is fresh, local, organic, vegan, kosher, and even GMO-free. Owner Gary Abramowitz and his team made tofu by hand for a full decade before mechanizing the process with equipment specially designed to imitate each step...


A Creative, Compassionate Approach to Food Allergies

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The Gluten-Free Zone at Notre Dame of Maryland University It’s Food Allergy Awareness Week. Roughly 15 million Americans have food allergies, and at SAGE, we know the significance of these numbers firsthand. Just last year, we conducted a study of food allergies across our venues, and our leadership presented on accommodating for food allergies as disabilities at the National Business Officers Association (NBOA) conference. We go the extra mile to keep our food-allergic customers safe at every venue by: -...


Growing SAGE: The Great Gardens at Greater Atlanta Christian School

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The Environmental Learning Center (ELC) at Greater Atlanta Christian School (GACS) in Norcross, GA, is remarkable for the breadth and variety of its holdings. The 10,000-square-foot landscape center has a 2,300-square-foot greenhouse, a 3,000-gallon hand-pumped rain barrel, edible gardens, planting beds, a green-roof shed, a vermicomposting station, a bee hive, a chicken coop, a turtle pond, and a fish hatchery. Self-described “resident plant guy” James Lee asserts that one goal of the ELC is to facilitate “the...


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