Summer 2017 Week 6 (July 18th)

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Small: spinach, arugula, radishes, collard greens, leek, spring onions, swiss chard, miniature romain, broccolini, persian cucumbers, carrots, summer squash, green leaf lettuce.

Recipe ideas: Arugula Pesto on zucchini noodles, ¬†quick one-pan dinner with salmon and swiss chard, I’m going to try these collard greens. Oh, and a couple of different spinach recipes. Soup and Ice Cream, both vegan.

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Medium Add: more spring onion, broccoli, baby bok choy, more arugula, sugar snap peas, zucchini, perilla leaves, garlic chives.

Recipe ideas: Spring roll with perilla leaves, garlic chives in a dipping sauce for fresh veggies (cucumber, carrot, broccoli, peas, radishes) will be great for picnic/road trip.

 

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Spring 2017 Week 3 (April 18th)

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Small: baby potatoes, collard greens, curly leaf kale, swiss chard, bok choy, carrots, salad mix, garlic, onion, shallot, turnip, spinach, red cabbage.

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Medium add: more bok choy, asparagus, more collards, more salad mix, and green cabbage.

 

I love to treat collard greens this way (minus the tabasco!) and here’s a vegan variation. ¬†For anyone new, last year we learned that sprouted garlic is actually healthier than regular, eating it raw will help too. I like to grate it into vinaigrettes.

 

Winter 2016-2017 Week 5 (Jan 3rd)

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Swiss chard, salad mix, arugula, spinach, collard greens, broccolini, green leaf and miniature romain lettuce, carrots, honeycomb, fuji apples, white potatoes, shallot, yellow onion, garlic.

 

I was excited to see the collards to make this soup. Rather than a salad this arugula pesto looks good. We got the perfect amount of chard and potatoes to make a frittata like this.

Extended Winter 2016 Week 4 (Feb 23)

I was crossing my fingers for collard greens for both size shares this week because I found and made this great carrot soup with collard greens last week. Also, here are instructions to cut spaghetti squash so the fibers are actually long like spaghetti. This week’s nice big green cabbage would be a great chance to ferment some sauerkraut.

Small: Collards, apples, multi-color carrot, baby turnip, beets, red and yellow onion, broccolini, spaghetti squash, potatoes, green cabbage, spinach, arugula, lettuce mix.
Small: Collards, apples, multi-color carrot, baby turnip, beets, red and yellow onion, broccolini, spaghetti squash, potatoes, green cabbage, spinach, arugula, lettuce mix.

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Medium Add: extra collards, extra collards, extra baby turnips, extra beets, extra broccolini, extra spinach, extra arugula, extra lettuce mix.
Medium Add: extra collards, extra collards, extra baby turnips, extra beets, extra broccolini, extra spinach, extra arugula, extra lettuce mix.