Recipe and images courtesy of Sandra Clark, one of our members and content volunteers North African cuisine is heavily influenced by a number of cultures including Arabic culture, with ingredients such as ginger, saffron and cumin and the matching of […]
We recently spoke with Tom, regular Alfalfa House shopper and Members Council Treasurer since December 2018. Tom is an integral part of the Alfalfa House team and we couldn’t do it without him! 1. Please tell us a bit about […]
We recently chatted with Roisin, one of our permanent volunteers here at the co-op. We love having Roisin here and appreciate all the help she gives us and the effort she puts in every week – thank you for always […]
Recipe and images courtesy of Sandra Clark, one of our members and volunteers Closely related to the Persimmon and native to Central America and Mexico, Black Sapote is often referred to as the Chocolate Pudding Fruit due to its resemblance […]
Recipe and blog post courtesy of Sandra Clark, member at Alfalfa House Closely related to Rhubarb, buckwheat seeds or grouts can be used in a variety of ways. They are not a grain, but as the seeds or grouts they […]
Great community feel, delicious produce at affordable prices!
The staff are fantastic and they actually do seem to carry most that one might expect, at least if it’s available anywhere in the state.
They sell products from bulk bins (anything from grains, cereals, beans, oil, even shampoo) allowing you to pay by weight. You can BYO containers or use a recycled container provided. This is a great way to try new things without committing to buying a large quantity that may end up as food waste.
The Mushroom Crusades
The prices may be a little higher than the average supermarket, but your conscience will thank you for shopping here. All produce is organic and sustainable and they have a wide range on offer.
I’ve been shopping at Alfalfa House for years. The quality of produce is second to none. I’ve learned so much about the source of the produce through the great staff.