We are in it. It is here and we are working together to make it out of the COVID 2020 international pandemic. How are you? Are you working from home? Homeschooling over Google calls? Making Zoom Happy Hour dates?
It has been a change for us all at Practical Travel Gear. I feel you and I are similar in this pandemic as we look for creative ways to have healthy food in the house while avoiding the grocery store.
This is where Patagonia Provisions steps in to help you stock your pantry with products that support the efforts and businesses of farmers. Patagonia is stepping up and doing their part to protect small-scale farms as this crisis is putting our nation’s farmers at great risk.
Patagonia Provisions Marketplace
Patagonia Provisions is online only at the time of this article and has expanded their marketplace to include a wider selection of foods. While I was shopping the site, I found baby foods from White Leaf Provisions, Ampersand Organic coffee beans and Patagonia’s own Lemon Caper Mackerel. Yum!
Patagonia Provisions even offers a Stock Up and Save boxes of assorted proteins, soups, dried fruits and breakfast items. A 6 pack of Patagonia’s Green Lentil Soup is 17% off and offers 13g per serving of plant based protein. The packaging allows you to store it in the pantry for the COVID pandemic and after, you can easily throw it in your backpack for a much needed camping trip.
We welcome you to help us repair the supply chain of farmer produced foods to your table. These suppliers are committed to regenerative organic practices to ensure your food is ethically farmed. Patagonia Provisions offers free shipping to your door for any order over $49. At this time shipping is only to the US and US territories.
Not sure what to do with all your beautiful new finds? Click over to the recipe section of Patagonia Provision‘s website. It is here that you will find recipes that use all those ingredients. I do ask that if you are making the Butternut Squash Tsampa Soup you invite us over. I promise to bring some Smoked Salmon “Ceviche”.
Recipes are rated by level of difficulty and some are easy enough for the kids to make on their own or participate in.
Until we can travel again, Cheers!
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