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What’s in season: Herbs, strawberries and peas

June is when the produce bounty really begins!

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Whether you’re poking around at farmers markets or tending a veggie garden, learning what’s ready to be harvested is a way to get in rhythm with the seasons in the Midwest. Plus, it often means eating produce at peak ripeness.

Reset talks about what to cook from the fruits and veggies that are currently in season.

GUEST: Eliza Fournier, urban farm center director, College of Lake County

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