Week of May 29th

Happy Memorial Day! I’m reflecting on the significance of this day – dedicated to honoring the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives for our country. Memorial Day is more than just a long weekend; it’s a moment for us to come together, remember, and express our gratitude.

At Something Good Organics, we believe in the power of community and the importance of nourishing our bodies with wholesome, organic food. This Memorial Day, we want to celebrate life and health while honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Let’s honor the past, celebrate the present, and look forward to a future of health and community.

I’ve curated some special recipes using the fresh produce from your CSA box to help you whether you’re planning a small gathering or just weekly meal planning, these dishes are sure to delight. By choosing to support local, organic farms like ours, you are contributing to a sustainable and resilient community. Your commitment helps us continue to provide fresh, nutritious produce while supporting the environment.

Please read our blog from last week about our CSA program switching over to a better and more user-friendly platform. This transition will happen the third week of June. You don’t have to do anything yet; we’ll reach out with all the details.

We have some especially delicious navel oranges in stock this week. Super sweet and easier to peel.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
GREEN ZUCCHINI
CARROTS
STRAWBERRIES
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
BABY SPINACH from JAYLEAF ORGANICS
SWEET SPRING ONIONS
ARUGULA
LACINATO KALE
CILANTRO
GREEN ASPARAGUS from DURST FARMS
BIG BOX ADD: BLUEBERRIES, SALAD MIX, CARROTS, STRAWBERRIES, ASPARAGUS

JUST the BASICS:
GREEN ZUCCHINI
CARROTS
STRAWBERRIES
BABY SPINACH
RED BUTTER
LACINATO KALE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
CELERY
LACINATO KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
CILANTRO
FENNEL
BABY SPINACH
STRAWBERRIES

FRUIT EXPANSION: STRAWBERRIESx2
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED BUTTER
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of May 22nd

My dear Community,

I remember when I first started this CSA program 13 years ago, I did everything from an excel spreadsheet. As we grew I switched to a software company called Farmigo which you’re now familiar with for your account. Farmigo was good for what we needed for a while, but eventually it was bought by a larger company and stopped upgrading and evolving. I’ve been completely frustrated with the user interface and multiple things on the back end. As I began to contemplate switching systems, what solidified my decision is spending years trying to apply for the SNAP program online so we can offer this to lower income families only to have to scrap it for lack of help on Farmigo’s end. So, I’m excited to announce that in June we’re going to transition to a program called FarmHand which has more of the small business feel I started with so many years ago. The company is really enthusiastic to help us and aims to alleviate a lot of the frustration that we’ve all been dealing with- thanks y’all for always being so patient. We’ll make the full transition the second week of June. That includes a new website feel, but I think you’re really going to like it. Just sit back and relax, nothing to do until prompted. I hope with this transition it will be so much easier to manage everything related to your CSA account.

The farm is buzzing with spring energy. Peaches need to be thinned (I keep looking at them and not doing it..haha), the chickens are increasing egg production (hooray!) and the goats are eating weeds as fast as they grow. We have a lot of great stuff in our box – hoping it brings joy and nourishment to your week.

Be good to each other.

P.S. Sorry about the formatting today. My dog chewed through my computer charging cord and I’m winging this from another laptop. I’ll be posting the recipes and fixing the format when my new charger comes. Stay tuned…. (updates below as of Wednesday at 8p)

CSA Contains:
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
GREEN ZUCCHINI
BLUEBERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
BROCCOLI
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
CARROTS
BASIL
GREEN CABBAGE
BIG BOX ADD: SALAD MIX, CARROTS, STRAWBERRIES, SUGAR SNAP PEAS, LACINATO KALE

JUST the BASICS:
GREEN ZUCCHINI
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
STRAWBERRIES
BROCCOLI
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
CARROTS

JUICE FEAST:
BLUEBERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FENNEL
RED BEETS
EUREKA LEMONS
GREEN CABBAGE
LACINATO KALE
ITALIAN PARSLEY
CARROTS

FRUIT EXPANSION: 2x STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED BUTTER
MUSHROOM MIX: from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of May 15th

My dear Community,

While our zucchini is a little behind schedule with the annual anticipated fog, we’re in full swing of spring here. However, we’re able to source some from our neighbors down the road. Bringing together local organic produce for you is the whole concept behind the CSA program, so I try to get a wide variety of veggies to incorporate into our diets. I’ve been missing zucchini big time so I’m happy to have it back this week. 

How do you break your fast? Do you lean sweet or savory? I’ve found the best way to go heavy on veggies overall is to intentionally start with including them in my breakfast. A savory breakfast seems to work better for me to keep me craving more veggies the rest of the day. I freeze zucchini and avocado chunks for smoothies, I’ll make a frittata with broccoli, onions and kale and portion it out for the next few mornings; savory oats are another favorite. Balancing blood sugar is the name of the game here. Fueling our bodies so it can withstand stressors of the day. Stress alone can throw off our blood sugar, so helping our bodies by starting off with some deep nutrition loaded with vitamins, minerals, proteins and fats can help us perform our best. Quality matters! Organically grown fruits and veggies, pasture raised meats and healthy fats are really important upon which to base your menu. Ditch the processed foods and oils – we’re happy to help pack your fridge with the farmacy.  

Be good to each other. 

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
CILANTRO
SWEET SPRING ONIONS
STRAWBERRIES
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
GREEN CURLY KALE
HASS AVOCADOS
BROCCOLI
GREEN ZUCCHINI from SUNRISE ORGANICS
BIG BOX ADD: SUGAR SNAP PEAS, SALAD MIX, STRAWBERRIES, CARROTS, BROCCOLINI

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
STRAWBERRIES
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
GREEN ZUCCHINI
HASS AVOCADOS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
HASS AVOCADOS
RED CABBAGE
BABY SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS
RED BEETS
FENNEL
STRAWBERRIES
CILANTRO

FRUIT EXPANSION: BLUEBERRIES + STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED LEAF
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of May 8th

My dear Community,

In light of unreasonable government legislation being brought down on organic farming many of you have reached out to me asking the best way we can move forward. I’m still trying to figure that out myself. Good Agricultural Practices(GAP) Audits under the guise of “food safety” is an insurance measure farms of all sizes have to implement if they want to see their produce in any store, and we are unsure if this is going to affect farmers markets in the future. I’ll continue this discussion and will let you know of any actionable items. Implementation of these regulations behind closed doors, without any real notification to the public can potentially quietly strangle out small farms.

On a brighter, sunnier note – we are getting into the full swing of spring. Birds have taken up residence all over the farm with old and new nests securing their future families. Strawberries have really gained momentum ripening and with their intensely sweet and aromatic flavors, they are definitely a favorite. We have extra available in our CSA store if you’d like to add some more and our fruit expansions will also be loaded with them.   

One of my favorite things to recommend to clients as a health coach is to crowd out processed foods from their diet. I think when we’re told to avoid or quit  something, it’s human nature to be drawn to that. But when you start your day eating more veggies, your body starts to crave them, your energy increases and it’s easier for other healthy habits to fall into place. What we eat is truly medicine and can uplift our whole day. I hope this box of farmaceuticals breathes life into your week. From our farm to your body- enjoy.

Be good to each other. 

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
BABY SPINACH from JAYLEAF FARMS
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
STRAWBERRIES
BROCCOLI
SWEET SPRING ONIONS from SUNRISE ORGANICS
LACINATO KALE
RED BEETS
EASTER EGG RADISHES
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
BIG BOX ADD: SUGAR SNAP PEAS, SALAD MIX, STRAWBERRIES, CARROTS, GREEN BEANS

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
STRAWBERRIES
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
BROCCOLI
BABY SPINACH

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
RED CABBAGE
BABY SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS
RED BEETS
LACINATO KALE
STRAWBERRIES
ITALIAN PARSLEY

FRUIT EXPANSION: STRAWBERRIES x 2
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED BUTTER
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

Massaged Kale Salad with Tahini Dressing

Ingredients:
Kale Salad
1 bunch curly kale
1 Tbsp olive oil
½ cup pecans*
⅓ cup chopped green apple
¼ cup fresh parsley
¼ cup sliced red onion
Tahini Dressing
¼ cup tahini
2 Tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp raw honey
pinch of salt
3-5 Tbsp water
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Bake It Paleo)

Broccoli Quinoa Salad

Ingredients:
1 3/4 cups cooked quinoa (equals 1/2 cup uncooked)
2 1/2 tbsp lemon juice
1/2 tbsp olive oil
1/8 tsp salt
1 tsp ground black pepper
3/4 cup carrots (diced)
3.2 oz broccoli (chopped, steamed for 5 minutes)
1/4 cup walnuts (chopped)
1/4 cup frozen peas (thawed)
1 oz baked bacon (finely diced)
2.5 oz avocado (peeled, seed removed, sliced, about 1/4 medium-sized avocado)
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Healthy Recipes 101)

Spicy Broccoli Carrot Noodle Stir-Fry

(This is a perfect recipe to add spinach and snap peas into)
Ingredients:
FOR THE SAUCE:
¼ cup low sodium soy sauce or tamari
1 tablespoon rice vinegar
2 tablespoons sriracha
1 tablespoon pure maple syrup
1 tablespoon water
2 large cloves garlic, minced
2 teaspoons cornstarch
FOR THE STIR-FRY:
10 ounces uncooked whole wheat spaghetti
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 medium onion, sliced
2 cups bite-sized broccoli florets
2 cups peeled and sliced carrot
1 cup raw cashews, roughly chopped
chopped cilantro, for garnish
sesame seeds, for garnish
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Cook Nourish Bliss)

Stir-Fried Sugar Snap Peas and Radishes

Ingredients:
1/2 pound sugar snap peas, trimmed
5 or 6 small radishes, trimmed and thinly sliced
1 tablespoon coconut or avocado oil (i don’t recommend vegetable oils)
1/2 tablespoon soy sauce
1/2 tablespoon rice vinegar
1/2 tablespoon Soy Vay Toasted Sesame Dressing
Salt to taste
Sesame seeds for sprinkling on top (optional)
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Cinnamon Society)

Week of May 1st

My dear Community,

It’s been a whirlwind of a week. The farm routine seems to speed up as the weather gets warmer and the days, longer. I’m definitely missing that hour of sleep but I’m constantly invigorated by this work that I love so much. I’m in the midst of building new chicken coops, thinning peach trees and trying to figure out where to install a barn owl box I purchased. 

To revisit last week’s post, I’m centered on how I can make the biggest impact on our farm’s ecosystem in a positive way. The laws that I mentioned come from a high up government office where the individuals are out of touch with daily happenings on a farm, especially organic ones, and aren’t considering long term impacts on our planet. While these laws have been in place for at least a few years, they are really hitting our farm hard now. (Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Audits | Agricultural Marketing Service (usda.gov)) In my eyes, if you’re treating the soil with respect and ultimately being a steward of the land then mother nature takes care of the rest. As new government laws seem to trickle down to our farm and more and more inspectors visit and call for the removal of animals, compost and common sense further away from farming, I can’t help but push back. I have no choice but to raise my voice in concern for our farm and farms that are even smaller than us and can’t afford to bring new machinery and ultimately more employees on just to check boxes on a list. I lean more towards putting my energy into balancing our ecosystem. It’s going to take some major grass roots to help people understand what’s happening behind the scenes. Go straight to the source of your food. Shop your local farmers markets and thanks for supporting our CSA program. 

Be good to each other. 

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
SALAD MIX
BABY SPINACH
ITALIAN PARSLEY
RED CABBAGE
SUGAR SNAP PEAS from SUNRISE ORGANICS
STRAWBERRIES
HASS AVOCADOS from SAN ROQUE
GREEN GARLIC
KOHLRABI
BIG BOX ADD: SUGAR SNAP PEAS, RED LEAF LETTUCE, STRAWBERRIES, CARROTS, ASPARAGUS from DURST FARMS

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
SALAD MIX
STRAWBERRIES
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
HASS AVOCADOS
RED CABBAGE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
RED CABBAGE
BABY SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS
RED BEETS
BLUEBERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
ITALIAN PARSLEY

FRUIT EXPANSION: BLUEBERRIES + STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED LEAF
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of April 24th

My dear Community,

There’s an expected lull on the farm right now. I always predict it when it’s freezing and raining outside, but the effects of that weather come months after not being able to consistently plant because it’s too muddy or we get sudden mildew on the plants because of the heavy fog.

I’ve talked about Food Safety in the past. You can read more here (Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Audits | Agricultural Marketing Service (usda.gov) Although it claims to be voluntary, and not free, the threads of our farm can’t function if we don’t comply. We will no longer be able to sell our products wholesale and there’s a possibility this might extend to farmers markets in the future. I can’t help but spread the word on this subject as it mostly happens behind the scenes and consumers tend to know nothing about it. The theory of GAP is, in my eyes, turning farms into sterile environments, chlorinating the water, dictates excessive hand washing, bans reusing boxes and no box can ever touch the ground. Really, a box unable to touch down on organic soil? Those are some of the rules behind “food safety.” Clearly, they aren’t remotely concerned with the health of our soil, the biodiversity we create that works in harmony with our ecosystem or our complex composting system. The rules and regulations simply create a job for someone at the farm to simply fill out paperwork and check off boxes. It’s hard for me to sit behind the scenes quietly so I appreciate this blog as an outlet. I’m not sure if there’s a solution as the Federal Government has already been implementing this for years and we’re apparently the last to either sign up or shut down.  

So what to do from here? It’s always been so important to support your local farmers, but now more so than ever – get your produce straight from the source. Thanks for being a part of our CSA, spreading the word and shopping at your local farmers market.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
LACINATO KALE
STRAWBERRIES
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
BABY SPINACH from JAYLEAF ORGANICS
BROCCOLI from CAPAY ORGANICS
SWEET POTATOES
SWEET SPRING ONIONS from SUNRISE ORGANICS
ARTICHOKES from SUNRISE ORGANICS
BIG BOX ADD: SUGAR SNAP PEAS, ROMAINE LETTUCE, STRAWBERRIES, CARROTS, RED BEETS

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
RED leaf
BROCCOLI
STRAWBERRIES
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
BABY SPINACH

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
RED CABBAGE
BABY SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS
RED BEETS
FENNEL
STRAWBERRIES
CILANTRO

FRUIT EXPANSION: CARA CARA ORANGES + STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of April 17th

My dear Community,

It’s always hard to predict how heavy rain is going to be until it actually comes. When you live and work outside it can be a bit of a gamble. I definitely lost this weekend as we got really heavy, nonstop rainfall. When the clouds pass and the sun shines through, I am always so thankful for the beauty that surrounds us. I’m hoping all this rain ensures a productive fruit crop this summer from our orchard.

Spring is here despite the very wet weather. I need to reiterate that your strawberries had to endure the rain – so it’s probably best to enjoy them first. We have a few different pea crops that landed at the same time- how springy is that?! You can eat the sugar snap peas as you’re shelling the delicious English peas from Tutti Frutti farms, down the road from us in Buellton. We’re starting to get creative with beets and cabbage as we go through the crops. Cabbage seems to be abundant for a few months, but will soon disappear. Take advantage of the versatility of this veggie and the sheer abundance of health that it brings. It can be enjoyed raw in salads, fermented as sauerkraut or kimchi, steamed, stir-fried or added to soups and stews. 

In between reorganizing and cleaning chicken coops, rotating animals to new pastures and tackling mounds of paperwork that organic farming has become in keeping an unprecedented amount of records, I’m looking forward to some sunshine this week.

Our bread lady is on vacation next week so grab a loaf of bread in the store if you’d like one (limited quantities available).

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
RED BEETS
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
ENGLISH PEAS from TUTTI FRUTTI
GARNET YAMS
HASS AVOCADOS
RED CABBAGE
COLLARD GREENS
STRAWBERRIES
BIG BOX ADD: SUGAR SNAP PEAS, RED LEAF LETTUCE, CARROTS, CAULIFLOWER from TUTTI FRUTTI, ASPARAGUS from DURST FARMS

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
STRAWBERRIES
AVOCADOS
COLLARD GREENS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLE
RED CABBAGE
BUNCHED SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS
RED BEETS
BLUEBERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
CILANTRO

FRUIT EXPANSION: BLUEBERRIES + CARA CARA ORANGES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of April 10th

My dear Community,

I want to talk gut health. Did you know that the state of your gut can impact not only your physical well-being but also your mental health? When I think about hormone imbalance, auto immune health and many other whole body topics, everything points to the foundation of gut health. Having a diverse and thriving microbiome is a strong foundation for your overall health.

When I wander grocery store aisles, I find myself gravitating towards the same familiar foods week after week. Do you? That’s why I’m so passionate about the diversity our CSA program offers. It’s not just about providing you with seasonal, locally grown produce—it’s about expanding your culinary horizons and nourishing your body in new and exciting ways.

With over 75 different varieties of organic fruits and veggies available throughout the year, our CSA subscription ensures a wide range of nutrients, flavors and colors with every box. From vibrant summer tomatoes to hearty winter squashes and everything in between, each week is packed with goodness that supports your gut health and overall well-being.

Let’s embrace diversity in our diets and commit to prioritizing gut health together. Plus, trying new foods can be a fun and delicious adventure! Who knows, you might discover a new favorite vegetable or recipe that becomes a staple in your kitchen. Here’s to vibrant health and culinary exploration!

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
GREEN ASPARAGUS from DURST FARMS
BLUEBERRIES from HOMEGROWN ORGANICS
ITALIAN PARSLEY
GREEN CABBAGE
RED BEETS
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
LACINATO KALE
BROCCOLI from CAPAY ORGANICS
GREEN GARLIC
BIG BOX ADD: RED BUTTER LETTUCE, CARROTS, ASPARAGUS, BLUEBERRIES, HASS AVOCADOS

JUST the BASICS:
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
RED BEETS
CARROTS
BLUEBERRIES
ASPARAGUS
LACINATO KALE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLE
GREEN CABBAGE
BUNCHED SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS
RED BEETS
BLUEBERRIES
LACINATO KALE
CILANTRO

FRUIT EXPANSION: BLUEBERRIES x2
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED BUTTER
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of April 3rd

My dear Community,

Hope everyone had a nice, albeit rainy and cold weekend. The local mountains even received some snow! We’re picking strawberries for our CSA boxes from our farm, John Givens, this week, but they should be eaten pretty quickly. As if you needed a reason to eat them right away. We’re still on the coattails of the winter season and this is prime time to reach out to neighboring farms to supplement our CSA program to have the variety we have come to rely on here in Santa Barbara County. 

Local fisherman Davey is offering his sustainable, wild caught Alaskan salmon for sale as a farm pickup option on April 3rd. If you’re interested in placing an order and picking it up at the farm order check out his website: https://www.nancyjeanswildsalmon.com or reach out to him at 360-821-1708 Check out his Instagram (hyperlink) https://www.instagram.com/nancyjeansalmon

If you live in the valley, feel free to connect with me for pick up at our Buellton farm.

Be good to each other, no foolin’ 

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
BROCCOLI from CAPAY ORGANICS
HASS AVOCADOS
BLUEBERRIES from HOMEGROWN ORGANICS
ASPARAGUS from DURST FARMS
RED BEETS
RED CABBAGE
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
STRAWBERRIES
BUNCHED SPINACH
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, ASPARGUS, BLUEBERRIES, CILANTRO

JUST the BASICS:
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
HASS AVOCADOS
STRAWBERRIES
BROCCOLI
CARROTS
BUNCHED SPINACH

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLE
RED CABBAGE
BUNCHED SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS
RED BEETS
BLUEBERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
CILANTRO

FRUIT EXPANSION: BLUEBERRIES + STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of March 27th

My dear Community,

I was happy to connect with Sunrise Organics based in Buelltonfor our strawberries starting this week. This puts us about a month ahead of schedule. Jesus, the owner, was our foreman at John Givens farm for about 36 years. Partnering with Sunrise is like a family reunion. It’s nice to have a reason to reconnect with old friends over good food! 

We’re finally able to plant a lot on the farm. Peppers, corn, zucchini and more are going into the ground. We’re still stretched for variety however. Even though it’s technically spring we’re still living in the winter as far as crops go. It always takes a little while to catch up with the seasons, which feels nice when we head into winter, but a little harder coming out the other side. 

Lots of greens are in the CSA boxes this week. Make sure to enjoy the arugula first as it seems to be the most delicate of the lot. Spinach can follow or freeze it for smoothies. Collards and beet greens tend to be a little heartier. Share a meal with friends, family or just have a cozy meal at home this week. Happy Springtime to all.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS from SUNRISE ORGANICS
RED BEETS
GREEN CABBAGE
COLLARD GREENS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
ARUGULA
STRAWBERRIES from SUNRISE ORGANICS
BABY SPINACH
GARNET YAMS
BLUEBERRIES from HOMEGROWN ORGANICS
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, STRAWBERRIES, BROCCOLI from CAPAY ORGANICS, HASS AVOCADOS

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
STRAWBERRIES
BABY SPINACH
GREEN CABBAGE
GARNET YAMS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
LACINATO KALE
GREEN CABBAGE
CILANTRO
CELERY
BABY SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS

FRUIT EXPANSION: BLUEBERRIES + STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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