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Goat People Do: An in.side look at Pure Luck Dairy

By: Grayson Vreeland When I arrived at Pure Luck dairy in Dripping Springs, the place was alive with activity. Amelia and Ben welcomed me into their cheery home, where their two small children were having a dance party. The house is right at the farm, only steps away from the hundred or so goats they […]

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9th Annual Bug Eating Festival July 13th!

Little Herds Celebrates Eating Insects and a Sustainable Future of Food at the 9th Annual Bug Eating Festival Part II on Wednesday, July 13th For the second year in a row, in.gredients is hosting the Bug (Eating) Festival – a celebration of entomophagy and the future of food organized by Little Herds, an Austin non-profit working […]

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‘I’m in’ with Stephanie Ciancio from San Fransisco’s Nesting So Hard

Stephanie Ciancio lives in San Fransisco but insists on taking a trip to in.gredients every time she visits her best friend in Austin. Stephanie’s commitment to living a zero waste lifestyle and changing how she shops has led her to start Nesting So Hard, a service that helps people reorganize their kitchens and commit to zero waste […]

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Thanksgiving Recipes and Specials

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser Giving Thanks Y’all know what we’re grateful for this season? You guessed it: local food, grown sustainably!  And folks like yourself who choose to shop with us or at farmers markets because you know that good food is worth a little extra.  Why not make […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: Sept 9th – 16th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser This week we’re jazzed to team up with Oh Kimchi and Twisted X Brewery to offer up a very tasty beer cocktail, the “Kimchi-chelada.”  We’ll be mixing ’em all week  and donating $1 per drink to Oh Kimchi’s crowd funding campaign.  That’s what we […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: August 12th – 19th

  Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser We’ve watched the Manor Road neighborhood grow around us over the past two years, and we can’t wait to see what other amazing projects are on the horizon. The store is sprinkled with new faces and is bustling with energy and laughter. […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: June 10th-17th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser Featured New Products: We are in.love with the new products offered in our store. If you haven’t had a chance to check them out, perhaps our darling staff can help you pick something?    Quinn’s Pick: Jade Pearl Rice Ramen  “I love ramen […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: May 13th – 20th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser Happy American Craft Beer Week and Bike Month, two of our favorite things to celebrate!  We’re teaming up with Circle Brewing Company this Thursday for a memorable evening of live music on the porch, special pint glasses for keeps, and lots of delicious craft beers […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: May 6th – 13th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser If you haven’t been by in awhile, now’s a great time! We have a host of new products coming onto the floor this week, plus loads of great bulk items on sale.  And, of course, there’s a plethora of great events on the calendar: […]

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Pioneering the Possible

Our ambitious ethos has garnered quite a bit of attention since our IndieGoGo campaign launched us into the public spotlight just about three years ago.  People from across the globe applauded our efforts to reduce food-related waste in the grocery industry by pioneering a “package free” model.  It’s been almost two years of holding close to our original, idealistic […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: April 29th – May 6th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser We enjoyed hanging out at this year’s wonderfully successful Austin Earth Day Festival on Saturday.  What a pleasure to chat with so many interested Austinites about who we are and what we do.  Welcome to everyone who joined our email list – we’re […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: April 15th – 22nd

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser We’ve got a great weekend of events coming up.  See below for details on our Spring Festival on Easter Sunday (meet the “Debonaire Hare”!), and the much-anticipated return of Adriene Mishler teaching yoga on our lawn (as part of the Fusebox Festival).  Also on the […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: April 8th – April 15th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser Weekly Specials It’s a great week to come try some new products and finally pick up that t-shirt you’ve been eyeing!  We’re excited to feature a few of our favorites, including Wondercide, a cedar oil pest control product that is both non-toxic and effective! […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: March 24th – March 31st

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser Announcing Our New Community Partner! We’re pleased to announce that our new community non-profit partner, as of April 1st, is the Kealing Middle School PTA!  Congrats, y’all – we look forward to supporting and working with you over the next 6 months!   […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: March 18th-24th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser What a week!  Thanks to all those who came out to in.sessions.  We had a great time and hope y’all did, too.  Each and every musician and band that came through brought something special, but a few of our favorites were POWERSOLO, Decorator, Yellow […]

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Weekly Update and Specials :: March 4th – 11th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser We’re getting pretty excited for our line up of in.sessions out on the porch next week and hope you are, too.  See below for more details on what’s shaping up to be a great few days.  In the meantime, come by and take […]

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Weekly Specials and Update :: February 25th – March 4th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser This week we bid February adieu and welcome March aboard!  In Austin, March means a bit of madness and a lot of lovely days.  It means getting into your garden to grow your own food and out into the community to engage with […]

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Erica’s Bug Sauce

Last night we were lucky enough to play host to a crowd of intelligent, motivated, and committed environmentalists with one thing in common: a dedication to the human consumption of bugs. Recently we published a blog post explaining why we are jumping into the world of entomophagy (pun intended). Last night’s inspired and informed guests, […]

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Weekly Specials and Update :: February 18th – 25th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser What a week it’s been!  We’d like to thank everyone who made our Valentine’s Day Singles Mixer and Game Night such a success.  We saw at least a few sparks flying across those tables.  A very special thanks to Tiny Pies, Lick Ice […]

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Weekly Specials and Update :: February 12th – February 18th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser Meet the crew from our third “Go Texan, Go Local Culinary Workshop” with Traveling Recipes.  What an inspiring evening we shared on Sunday at the Sustainable Food Center kitchen, where we cooked up six delectable plant-based dishes focusing on seasonal and local ingredients. It’s what […]

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A Complete(ly) Sustainable Protein?

We’re all about new ideas. We’re also into revitalizing old ideas that have gone by the wayside. Eliminating unnecessary food packaging and focusing on locally and sustainably grown foods are good examples of old ideas made new again, and so is this: eating insects.  Entomophagy, as it’s formally known, is a practice dating back thousands […]

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Weekly Specials and Update :: January 28th – February 4th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser Weekly Specials: This week’s specials are all about your “Little Sprout.”  We’ve seen quite a few of them running around our garden and enjoying our playground these last few beautiful weekends.  If you (or your sprout) wished we had something that we don’t […]

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Weekly Specials and Update :: January 21st – 28th

Weekly Updates from in.gredients Neighborhood Grocer View this email in your browser We’re excited to announce that we’ve now got Thirsty Planet beer on tap!  We find their sustainable practices, partnerships with charities, and delicious beer, well, refreshing!  We think you will, too.  Look for their Silverback and other favorites among our rotating selection of Austin craft […]

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Weekly Specials and Update :: January 14th – 21st, 2014

This week we’re keeping the National Hot Tea Month special steeping, plus highlighting some of our pantry staples.  Check out our weekly update below for more news and some exciting upcoming events!   Eden Organic Garbanzo Beans: $2.39/can (Save $0.60) Bionaturae Organic Tomato Paste: $2.39/jar (Save $0.60) Better Than Bouillon Organic Vegetable Broth: $5.99/jar (Save […]

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Featured Vendor :: Homestead Gristmill

(Photo from: Homestead Gristmill) There is something so charming about Homestead Gristmill. Located in Waco, Texas, the folks from Homestead Gristmill grow and grind wheat in their historic timber-frame mill. The mill, built in 1760 in New Jersey, was used until 1918. After discovering it in disrepair, it was brought to Texas in 2011 where […]

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Daily Greens Summer Cleanse

Cleanses can be daunting. Initially, your brain might jump to the thought of 10 days surviving on nothing but lemon, water, paprika and maple syrup. This is not the type of cleanse we’re talking about. Instead, think of the Daily Greens Summer Cleanse as four days of clean eating, resetting the body and getting everything back to […]

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Seed of the Day :: Borage

Borage (Borago officinalis) is a culinary and medicinal herb native to the Mediterranean, which means (in most cases) it’s well suited for Central Texas. Annual Category: Herb Size: 2-3 feet H x 1-2 feet W When to plant: Early Spring-Early Summer (Feb-April for Central TX) How to plant: Borage grows best if direct seeded. Surface sow the seeds and […]

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Kinfolk Magazine: A Guide to Small Gatherings

After reading an issue of Kinfolk Magazine, it’s hard not to dream of planning a small gathering for your loved ones. Every page is like a piece of art. The beautiful photographs mingle with stories that range from a brief history of breakfast to neighborly gift giving. The publication, free of ads, comes out four […]

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Support Local: Eat, Drink Local Food Box Available Dec.1-8

December 1-8 is Eat, Drink Local Week here in Austin, TX. There are events all around town celebrating local food, farms and vendors. The proceeds benefit the Sustainable Food Center and Urban Roots, two amazing organizations in Austin working for a more sustainable, just food system. We’re celebrating the week with a bunch of different activities. […]

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Kale Chips

We’re lucky (for many reasons) to live in Texas. We get to plant, grow, and harvest leafy greens all winter long. And who doesn’t love fresh kale, spinach, and swiss chard in December? With our produce fridge filled to the brim with kale, it’s time to get creative. One of the beauties of this green […]

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List of Packaged Products at in.gredients

Coming soon! This list will be populated when our store opens – and will explain why each of the few packaged items we sell are currently required to be sold in packaging.

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The Artful World of Food

While we’re busy coordinating vendors for in.gredients, finalizing renovation plans, etc, etc, it’s been to take a break and discover fun, food-related strokes of genius. Above, artist Christopher Boffoli explores size disparity and a juxtaposition of scales between people and things through photography. For his series Disparity he decided to use food as his backdrop. […]

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Portion Control Plates

Would these plates inspire you to eat more veggies? Or maybe this set? And here’s one for the kiddos: (images via: The Review Crew, Cnet , Fred & Friends)

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Change

Often it’s easy to forget to perform in public the energy-saving habits we practice at home. Finnish designer Tima Naskanen designed Change, a tasklight that encourages people to change their environment habit. You insert a coin into the lamp to turn it on, and when you want to turn it off, the lamp will dispense your […]

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Re(Cycle)

Mark Bowers shows that “recycling does not have to be this complicated” in his creation- Re(Cycle). He ends up designing a very sophisticated, interactive exhibit that performs the simplest of task (i.e. recycles your water bottle for you). It engages people to be responsible and to rethink waste. Simply place your plastic bottle on the bin, […]

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Would you eat a cup?

Japanese designer sugiX of Smile Park created Kup, a sustainable, edible, cup. The cup is made from rice flour, enabling disposal by consuming it! While you won’t find this cup selling at in.gredients, we’re inspired by other innovative thinkers who create awareness about sustainability. It’s our cup of tea.

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Ecological Business Card

Genius business card designed for environmental consultant Andrea Romani. Instead of printing a pack of uniform cards, this stamp allows you to use any scrap piece of paper you have at hand. Created by: Advertising Agency: Fischer, Lisbon, Portugal Creative Director: Diogo Mello Art Director: Marco Martins Copywriter: Rafael Pitanguy (image via: ibelieveinadv)

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Sprouted Kitchen

We love the beautiful photos and amazing recipes from Sprouted Kitchen. Before starting her blog, Sara worked at a grocery store and two farms.  Her husband Hugh just so happens to be a talented photographer and captures her cooking adventures. She is an advocate for seasonal eating. While Sara doesn’t promise a lot of “meat […]

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