From their instructions:
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I like to cook, and am happiest using fresh local produce. Sometimes I refer to the Foodland Ontario Produce Availability Guide which lists when Ontario fruits and vegetables are in season and at their peak. I don’t have a mobile browser and even if I did, the site would not work well on it. So I decided to make a version that would fit on an iPod.
- Download the iPod Notes Version (ZIP)
- In iTunes, enable disk use.
- Copy the Guide into your Notes folder.
- Unmount iPod.
- Browse to Extras Â» Notes Â» Ontario Produce
- Read the Read Me file
- Eat Local!
If you would like easier access to the Notes you can do so in:
iPod › Settings › Main Menu › Notes (turn on)
Enjoy! Source: Excel (ZIP)