Hi there! I’m Amy Sippl, a twenty-something living in St. Paul, Minnesota with my husband (lovingly known as the kitchen partner). In February 2010, I read Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, an account of one family’s adventures in eating local. I was touched by their dedication and fascinated by how local food changed their life. That’s it. I became a self-proclaimed locavore. In March 2010, I decided to share how I eat and grow locally in Minnesota. I love to be domestic, but am far from domesticated. Baking fresh bread, making freezer jam, and wearing an apron are all on my list of favorite things to do. As are: homemade cheese, urban gardening & food production, and saving the world one batch of granola at a time.
Welcome to Minnesota Locavore, so glad you stopped by!
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