Eat Seasonal - USA & Canada

4.2
126 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Find out which fruit and vegetables are in seasons in the United States & Canada helping you make choices that can help reduce your environmental impact, improve your nutrition and reduce the amount you spend.

- View all fruit and vegetables currently in season
- Inspire your cooking with recipes ideas using seasonal produce
Updated on
Aug 12, 2020

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4.2
126 reviews
Richard Fenn Griffin
June 4, 2021
Overall the app is very straightforward and does exactly what it says on the tin. However, rather worryingly some of the photos for foods are incorrect. For instance, the photo for gooseberries is a physalis and the one for rhubarb is Swiss chard. However, the main point is the correct vegetables and fruit are appearing in the right month.
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ChrisB
June 18, 2021
Hi Richard, thanks for the feedback! I've updated the two images you mentioned, if you notice any other issues please get in touch with me at chrisberry4545@googlemail.com and I'll get them fixed.
Nuno Vidal
March 13, 2021
Such an essential app for knowing what's in season and I especially liked the recipe suggestions, it would be great to also have recipes for long term storage (pickles, fermenting, etc, since this app is focused in promoting seasonal) Some images are missing and the overall look needs some love but it's functional. Ideally this would only show what's available in my area but that's an utopia, I know!
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percy
August 13, 2022
incredibly useful, only wish that there was a wider variety of recipes & veg included. a "sort" function would also be nice, i don't want to have to scroll through hella fruits to be able to see what kinds of veg i should get and vice versa.
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