September 1/4, 2021



STANDARD & FULL SHARES


Arugula - This cutting has a sharp flavour when eaten raw. It can be added to salads or sandwiches, but the flavour will be less sharp if it is heated (ie. added as a pizza topping, sauteed etc.). Also makes a tasty pesto!


Kohlrabi - A member of the cabbage family, kohlrabi carries a signature sweet-but-peppery flavor profile, with a taste and texture reminiscent of broccoli stems. This veggie can be eaten raw (salads or sliced and dipped in honey for a snack) or cooked (roasted. Check out some ideas here: https://www.thekitchn.com/5-tasty-ways-to-prepare-kohlrabi-60321.


Lettuce Mix


Head Lettuce


Corn-on-the-cob - This old fashioned yellow corn is super sweet and melts in your mouth! Eat as soon as possible for best taste/texture.


Beets - Beyond roasting or boiling these purple beauties, why not try making a dip. There are lots of options out there, but here are 2 to get you started: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/zaatar-spiced-beet-dip-goat-cheese-and-hazelnuts or https://minimalistbaker.com/roasted-beet-hummus/


Tomatoes - cherry


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


Cucumber


Tomatillos - These little fruits (just like tomatoes and cucumbers) are native to Mexico. Tomatillos, sometimes called husk tomatoes, look like green, unripe tomatoes with a dry, leafy husk that wraps around the outside. Tomatillos have a slightly more acidic, slightly less sweet flavor than ripe and unripe tomatoes. The most common use for these gems is to make salsa verde. Not only is it totally irresistible, but it’s also super versatile; it’s the perfect spread to take sandwiches to the next level and a must for enchiladas. Here is a recipe to try: https://www.thekitchn.com/salsa-verde-recipe-268270

Or for other preparation ideas, take a look here: https://www.thekitchn.com/15-delicious-ways-to-use-tomatillos-any-time-of-day-recipes-from-the-kitchn-206915


Garlic


Cilantro


Sweet Pepper


Hot Pepper





ESSENTIAL SHARES


Corn-on-the-cob - This old fashioned yellow corn is super sweet and melts in your mouth! Eat as soon as possible for best taste/texture.


Beets - Beyond roasting or boiling these purple beauties, why not try making a dip. There are lots of options out there, but here are 2 to get you started: https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/zaatar-spiced-beet-dip-goat-cheese-and-hazelnuts or https://minimalistbaker.com/roasted-beet-hummus/


Lettuce Mix


Gem Lettuce (mini romaine)


Tomatoes


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


Cucumber


Garlic


Cilantro


Sweet Snacking Peppers - these mini sweet peppers are the perfect size for snacking with minimal seeds.


Hot Pepper


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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