August 4/7, 2021



STANDARD & FULL SHARES


Beans (green) - Eat them raw (as a snack or as a salad) or cook them (boil, steam or sautee)!


Zucchini (green/yellow) - So many possibilities from baked goods (muffins, loaves) to grilled to spiraled noodles to pickles to pancakes!


Head Lettuce


Baby Leaf Lettuce


Cucumber - Flavour your water, make a sandwich, add in a salad or enjoy as a snack with your favourite dip!!


Tomatoes (roma)


Carrots - Due to the growing conditions of this planting of carrots, these carrots are better suited to eating cooked than raw.


Beets (golden) - Golden beets are simply a beet variety lacking that vibrant red pigment. They are bred to be golden in color, which is a wonderful thing for this beet lover who doesn't like the mess! Golden beets and white beets are said to be sweeter and milder than their red counterparts. We recommend roasting them, such as in this recipe https://holycowvegan.net/roasted-golden-beets-rosemary-garlic/.


Green onions


Fennel - Though the stalks and leaves are edible, fennel recipes most often call for the bulb. When raw, it has a crisp texture similar to celery and a fresh licorice flavor. It caramelizes as it cooks, taking on a sweeter flavor and tender, melt-in-your mouth texture. It has all sorts of health benefits too. It’s low in calories, but high in nutrients like dietary fiber, potassium, and vitamin C, to name a few. https://www.foodandwine.com/seasonings/spices/fennel/11-ways-use-fennel


Radicchio - A flavourful salad green that can be eaten raw or cooked. There are some great ideas for preparing it on this site: https://harvesttotable.com/radicchio_radicchio_is_a_sharp/

Cilantro - This common herb is very flavourful and versatile. Here's a few ideas to get you started: https://www.littlehouseliving.com/10-uses-for-cilantro.html


Hot Pepper - assorted


Sunflower




ESSENTIAL SHARES


Beans (green) - Eat them raw (as a snack or as a salad) or cook them (boil, steam or sautee)!


Zucchini (green/yellow) - So many possibilities from baked goods (muffins, loaves) to grilled to spiraled noodles to pickles to pancakes!


Baby Leaf Lettuce


Cucumber - Flavour your water, make a sandwich, add in a salad or enjoy as a snack with your favourite dip!!


Tomatoes (roma)


Carrots - Due to the growing conditions of this planting of carrots, these carrots are better suited to eating cooked than raw.


Beets (golden) - Golden beets are simply a beet variety lacking that vibrant red pigment. They are bred to be golden in color, which is a wonderful thing for this beet lover who doesn't like the mess! Golden beets and white beets are said to be sweeter and milder than their red counterparts. We recommend roasting them, such as in this recipe https://holycowvegan.net/roasted-golden-beets-rosemary-garlic/.


Green onions


Cilantro - This common herb is very flavourful and versatile. Here's a few ideas to get you started: https://www.littlehouseliving.com/10-uses-for-cilantro.html


Hot Pepper


Sunflower




Important!

Although we do our utmost to rinse field dirt from everything in your share, it is not fully washed and we recommend that you wash everything before consumption to remove any remaining soil.

We do our best to avoid the use of plastic bags but for some items it is unavoidable in order to maintain product quality and for the practicality of transporting it home.



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