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Windrose Farm

Windrose Farm

Windrose is a small family farm located east of Paso Robles, near Creston, in San Luis Obispo County. Tucked in a unique valley of 50 acres, 12 are in vegetable rotations, 6 are in apples and stone fruit and 5 are sheep pasture. The rest is natural habitat - full of animal, bird and insect life who contribute to the diversity and overall health of the farm.

Owners:
Bill & Barbara Spencer

Address:
Windrose Farm
5750 El Pharo Rd.
Paso Robles, CA 93446

Voice: (805)239-3757
Email: bill@windrosefarm.org / barbara@windrosefarm.org

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A tip from Sue!

The difference between white, black and red pepper

Do you know the difference between white, black and red pepper?

White pepper gives you an "immediate hot." Black pepper develops more slowly as you chew, while red pepper has a delayed kick or hotness.