July 28/31, 2021



STANDARD & FULL SHARES


Cauliflower - Delicious steamed, boiled or roasted as a side veggie, casserole or soup!


Beans (green/yellow) - First beans of the summer! Eat them raw (as a snack or as a salad) or cook them (boil, steam or sautee)!


Garlic Scapes - The last until next season! Eat 'em grilled, sauteed, as a spread or pesto. Can also be frozen to enjoy later!


Zucchini (Italian) - This Italian zucchini has a pleasant nutty flavour that can be used the same as traditional green/yellow. So many possibilities from baked goods (muffins, loaves) to grilled to spiraled noodles to pickles to pancakes!


Eggplant - If this is a new/unfamiliar vegetable to you, don't be intimidated! This is a delicious and versatile vegetable. Here is a link to several simple recipes: https://www.thekitchn.com/8-simple-ways-to-cook-with-eggplant-154794


Butter Head Lettuce


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


German Winter Radish (Ostergruss) - These radishes have a neutral flavor well-suited for raw or cooked applications, including roasting, frying, braising, grilling, sautéing, and steaming or blending into smoothies or juiced. Ostergruss radishes can also be chopped and added to salads, sliced and layered into sandwiches with butter, or spiral cut and sprinkled with salt and herbs. Beyond raw preparations, Ostergruss radishes can be roasted to develop savory notes, sauteed into eggs, simmered into soups, grilled, or sliced lengthwise and deep-fried. When cooked, Ostergruss radishes will soften and become rich and sweet, complementing roasted meats and vegetables. In Germany, Ostergruss radishes are popularly braised with other root vegetables as a savory side dish and are pickled for extended use, served as a tangy condiment. Green Leafy tops are also edible and can be incorporated into recipes similar to mustard greens, primarily stir-fried, braised, sauteed, or steamed.


Tomato (red slicing)


Turnip - Try this website for some ideas on how to use these gems: https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-turnips/#:~:text=Baked%2C%20Boiled%20or%20Steamed.,or%20lemon%20juice%20for%20flavor.


Rhubarb - These tart stalks are commonly cooked and sweetened in baked goods (crisps, pies, muffins, loaves, tarts, cakes), or stewed into a sauce for ice cream! Pairs well with strawberry! Can also be pickled!



ESSENTIAL SHARES


Cauliflower - Delicious steamed, boiled or roasted as a side veggie, casserole or soup!


Beans (green/yellow) - First beans of the summer! Eat them raw (as a snack or as a salad) or cook them (boil, steam or sautee)!


Garlic Scapes - The last until next season! Eat 'em grilled, sauteed, as a spread or pesto. Can also be frozen to enjoy later!


Zucchini (Italian) - This Italian zucchini has a pleasant nutty flavour that can be used the same as traditional green/yellow. So many possibilities from baked goods (muffins, loaves) to grilled to spiraled noodles to pickles to pancakes!


Cherry Tomatoes


Butter Head Lettuce


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


German Winter Radish (Ostergruss) - These radishes have a neutral flavor well-suited for raw or cooked applications, including roasting, frying, braising, grilling, sautéing, and steaming or blending into smoothies or juiced. Ostergruss radishes can also be chopped and added to salads, sliced and layered into sandwiches with butter, or spiral cut and sprinkled with salt and herbs. Beyond raw preparations, Ostergruss radishes can be roasted to develop savory notes, sauteed into eggs, simmered into soups, grilled, or sliced lengthwise and deep-fried. When cooked, Ostergruss radishes will soften and become rich and sweet, complementing roasted meats and vegetables. In Germany, Ostergruss radishes are popularly braised with other root vegetables as a savory side dish and are pickled for extended use, served as a tangy condiment. Green Leafy tops are also edible and can be incorporated into recipes similar to mustard greens, primarily stir-fried, braised, sauteed, or steamed.


Turnip - Try this website for some ideas on how to use these gems: https://fruitsandveggies.org/stories/top-10-ways-to-enjoy-turnips/#:~:text=Baked%2C%20Boiled%20or%20Steamed.,or%20lemon%20juice%20for%20flavor.



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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