May Ownership Drive EVENTS!

MAY OWNERSHIP DRIVE EVENTS at the CO-OP MAY 1 May Day Celebration 12-6pm, Free, Music, Food & Beverages, Vendors, Kids Play Area hosted by MNCDC Kids Club MAY 3 Teach Me Tuesday: Microgreens 6:30-7:30pm, $5, led by Jaime Rogers of Killing Frost Farms MAY 6 First Friday at the Co-op: Cup and Beverage Pairings 5-8pm, …

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May 06

Voting Results

So the voting is done and everything counted, and the proposal has passed.  Now you are thinking “what happens next?” .  This is what happens.  Starting officially on June 12th of this year, the public will be able to shop whenever they want. Active owners get a discount that will be taken at the register.  …

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Vote for Structural Change

VOTING WILL BE FROM APRIL 18TH – MAY 2ND VOTE HERE The Missoula Community Market Co-op, aka Missoula Community Food Co-op (MCFC), evolved from a group of food insecurity-concerned folks affiliated with the North Missoula Community Development Corporation (our parent organization). The purpose of this buying club-turned-retail cooperative was to create affordable access to local, …

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New Hours

NEW HOURS starting February 29th! Monday – Friday now opening at 10AM!

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The Co-operative Re-THINK Survey (RESULTS)

Thanks to everyone who attended last nights Re-Think session with our community neighbors NCBI MISSOULA (and to all of you who completed the survey). There was some thoughtful discussion (AND A LOT OF COOPERATION)- more opportunities are coming to guide your Food Co-op successfully into the future WHILE HAVING A HUGE IMPACT ON AFFORDABLE ACCESS! …

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Sep 29

Try This – Crispy Kale Chips !

This week the Missoula Community Food Co-op features local kale… that dark, cruciferous vegetable that makes an appearance from fall to spring. Full of nutrients and antioxidants, it helps lower cholesterol and promotes eye-health, among other benefits. Whether these benefits are more pronounced when kale is cooked or eaten raw is up for debate, but in …

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Sep 19

Sweet Potato Egg Basket

Try something new for breakfast! You will need 1 medium size sweet potato per 2 eggs, any flavor of potato can be substituted. Shred potato with grater or food processor. Saute potatoes till cooked almost all the way.                   Arrange potatoes into baskets on cookie sheet. Crack egg …

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Aug 20

Got Basil – Got Garlic!

Got Basil – Got Garlic Let’s make pesto!   I’ve had no less than 3 inquiries about my pesto recipe in the last week, so it sounds like it’s time. My basil and garlic are ready to go, so rather than wait another minute, here is my “not so secret” recipe. Basil and garlic are among …

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Jul 13

Burning Issue of the Year: SPICE BAGS!

Burning Issue of the Year:  SPICE BAGS! Yes, that’s right. The Co-op has recently had an enormous run on spice bags. Weird, I know. The issue is that they are prohibitively expensive- about 5 cents a bag. There have been some suggestions about how to deal with this cost: Charge for the spice bags. Build …

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Jul 11

Insane Cilantro Salad

Heidi Swanson does it again.  I got this from 101cookbooks.com, always worth a looksie… This is the perfect thing for all the gorgeous local cilantro we have right now from Lifeline Produce.  Do it! Cilantro Salad HS: You’re going to make far more shallot oil (and shallots) than you need here. Keep the remaining oil …

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