Breakfast Time--Solar Style
Williston, VT - AllEarth Renewables, a Vermont company which manufactures solar energy trackers that "follow the sun," released a graphic titled "A Complete Breakfast Powered by Solar," showcasing several of Vermont's artisan food producers who use AllEarth's solar trackers for 100% of their business' energy needs.
Everything on the plate, and I mean everything, even down to the pure maple syrup from Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks was produced using 100% solar energy.
Now that's a plate of food I can get into.
Let's Dig In
Begin your locally-sourced AND locally-powered feast with a cup of sweet, crisp apple cider from Champlain Orchards, followed by eggs with yolks that "are brighter than the sun," from Jericho Settler's Farm, alongside some deliciously smoky bacon from Vermont Smoke & Cure.
Last, but certainly not least, round out the meal with french toast made from the bread of the legendary Red Hen Baking Company, slathered with 100% real Vermont maple syrup from Morse Farm.
Sounds like a pretty good idea, doesn't it?
If you're doubting that the future can be solar-powered--maybe you just haven't had your breakfast yet.
Check out AllEarth Renewables' blog post, "One Million Solar Strong, and Growing," to learn more.
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