Week of February 28th

My dear Community,

I’m watching spears of asparagus slowly push through the dirt and the chickens are beginning to pick up the pace of laying. Sure signs spring is right around the corner. In the meantime we are still in the midst of our California winter. That means soggy fields and not a lot of opportunity for much diversity. Until those strawberries start coming in I’m getting real with the brassicas in my life.

I love how our CSA program has become a cornerstone of accessibility to fresh, organic produce in our community in addition to the farmers markets. By offering convenient access to locally grown fruits and veggies, we get to ensure that everyone has nutritious options. Fostering a direct connection between our farm family and the community not only supports people working in the community, but also supports sustainable agricultural practices and reduces the footprint associated with food transportation and excessive packaging. Thanks for being a part of our mission to strengthen our local food systems.

Be good to each other. 

*CSA Contents are now organized by what things should be consumed first to what till last the longest in your fridge

CSA Contains:
LACINATO KALE
RED LEAF LETTUCE
ITALIAN PARSLEY
BUNCHED SPINACH
BLUEBERRIES from HOMEGROWN ORGANICS
BROCCOLI
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
RED CABBAGE
CARROTS
SWEET POTATOES
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, ROMAINE LETTUCE, BRUSSELS SPROUTS, RED ONIONS, HASS AVOCADOS grown in GOLETA

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
BLUEBERRIES
BROCCOLI
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
LACINATO KALE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
FENNEL
LACINATO KALE
CELERY
ITALIAN PARSLEY
BUNCHED SPINACH
RED CABBAGE

FRUIT EXPANSION: BLUEBERRIES from HOMEGROWN ORGANICS + FUJI APPLES from VIVA TIERRA
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: CHANTERELLES wild harvested in SY VALLEY

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Week of February 21st

My dear Community, 

I hope everyone stayed dry and safe during the rain this weekend. Mother Nature bestowed upon us a generous amount of rain last night and throughout the weekend; a much-needed gift for our thirsty crops. However, as grateful as we are for the water, it has temporarily put a damper on our farming operations. The fields are saturated and muddy making planting a challenge, which forces a pause to our usual bustling activity. The cold weather accompanying the rain also presents a hurdle, slowing down the growth of our current crops and making it harder to harvest. We are really stretched this week and will look to our neighboring farms to keep the CSA box running through winter. Your continued support means the world to us, and we’ll keep you updated on our progress as we work towards bringing you the freshest and tastiest produce. I’ll be staying warm inside with thoughts of strawberries, sugar snap peas and zucchini dancing in my head.

If you’ve been enjoying our CSA program, please take a minute to help us get the word out to the community by leaving a review on Google.

MANY THANKS in advance!

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
BABY SPINACH from JAYLEAF ORGANICS
HONEY TANGERINES from BJ RANCH
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
BROCCOLI from
YELLOW FINGERLING POTATOES from SUNRISE ORGANICS
COLLARD GREENS
RED ONIONS
GREEN CABBAGE
EASTER EGG RADISHES
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, BLUEBERRIES from HOMEGROWN ORGANICS, DELICATA SQUASH

JUST the BASICS:
TANGERINGES
CARROTS
BABY SPINACH
BROCCOLI
GREEN CABBAGE
LETTUCE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI LADY APPLES
CELERY
FENNEL
BABY SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
ITALIAN PARSLEY
HONEY TANGERINES

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

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Week of February 14th

My dear Community,

The CSA is really a winter vibe this week. The rainstorms made certain that none of the remaining warmer weather crops survived. I will happily take the 9 months we had tomatoes though 🙂 It’s time to get creative and introduce some less frequently admired and grossly overlooked veggies into our meals this week. Kohlrabi is likely something you’d pass right by at the farmers market but once you get a chance to prepare it you might come back for seconds. 

Cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, kohlrabi, broccolini, and brussels sprouts are in the Brassicaceae family. Cruciferous vegetables are low calorie and rich in folate, vitamins C, E, and K, and fiber. They are also good sources of phytonutrients- plant-based compounds that may help lower inflammation and reduce the risk of developing cancer. One prized chemical found in cruciferous veggies is glucosinolates. These are not only responsible for the aroma and flavor of these plants, but they have also been shown to have anticancer effects. This box not only represents food for the week, coming together for meals and community, but it’s a FARMACY. Putting intention into your daily diet of nutritious, organic & local (bonus!), high vibe foods is part of your overall health and well being. We’ve definitely added some extra love included in the box this week <3

Check out our recipes below to inspire some delicious meals this week. Thanks for supporting your local CSA, especially during the tough times of winter.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
BABY SPINACH
PIXIE TANGERINES
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
LACINATO KALE
KOHLRABI
RED CABBAGE
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
RED ONIONS
YELLOW FINGERLING POTATOES from SUNRISE ORGANICS
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, PIXIE TANGERINES, BRUSSEL SPROUTS, GARNET YAMS

JUST the BASICS:
PIXIE TANGERINES
CARROTS
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
BABY SPINACH
RED CABBAGE
YELLOW FINGERLING POTATOES from SUNRISE ORGANICS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI LADY APPLES
CELERY
FENNEL
BABY SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
ITALIAN PARSLEY
RED CABBAGE

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI LADY APPLES + PIXIE TANGERINES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of February 7th

My dear Community,

What a wild ride of a storm we had yesterday. In Buellton, the rains didn’t seem as bad as the winds. We definitely had some flooding and a lot of trees came down, including a big one on top of my house. Luckily it landed just right and didn’t actually break through anything. The people in Goleta however, didn’t fare as well. The grace and force of mother nature in two instances. Giving thanks that the sun is expected to peek out on Wednesday, giving us a little relief while we make you this week’s box.

We still have a few more tomatoes to put in the boxes. This has been the longest crop of tomatoes I’ve ever seen. I’ve been roasting them for soup, slicing them on avocado toast and topping salads with them. We’ve loaded this box with all sorts of good reasons to turn on your oven. I steamed cauliflower last week and blitzed it with some butter and cheese for a mash. I’ll include the recipe below. It was so delicious. 

We are in the heart of winter crops. Everything is growing extremely slowly and probably stopped the past few days. When fields get logged with water there’s no oxygen in the soil and the plants can’t grow. But I heard that the seeds of spring are being planted, literally, at least with zucchini for now.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
RED TOMATOES
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
BUTTERNUT SQUASH
RED MUSTARD
GARNET YAMS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
CILANTRO
FUJI APPLES from VIVA TIERRA
BIG BOX ADD: BROCCOLI, CARROTS, ROMAINE LETTUCE, BRUSSELS SPROUTS X2

JUST the BASICS:
RED LEAF LETTUCE
CARROTS
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
RED TOMATOES
FUJI APPLES
GARNET YAMS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GRANNY SMITH APPLES
LACINATO KALE
CELERY
CILANTRO
GREEN CABBAGE
BUNCHED SPINACH
EUREKA LEMONS
FENNEL

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI APPLES & PIXIE TANGERINES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: CHANTERELLE MUSHROOMS WILD HARVESTED in SY VALLEY

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Week of January 31st

My dear Community,

I’m bracing for the next storm in Buellton (and SB). I’m covering everything with tarps and we’ll see what comes next week. Please give yourselves and others a little extra time to get what you need done as the rain brings us renewed blessings. It’s always extra tricky to navigate our CSA production in the rain, but we’re on rain or shine. I asked our tangerine grower to pick everything they had so we can enjoy the fruit a while longer. 

We’re starting a major revamp on our chicken program. I just ordered 175 baby chicks whose breeds lay some very cool colored eggs. The chickens are coming on Valentines Day and with luck will be in full swing by July and producing through the colder months. It’s a constant battle to keep predators at bay and I feel like I’m on the losing side of it most years. It just takes one off night when I forget to make sure all the birds are in the coop before I lock it up. But I feel dedicated to continue on (improving every time) as a way of providing truly free range, organic eggs from chickens who are able to live their best chicken life. 

Check out our store for local/organic sourdough bread, local walnuts, our strawberry preserves and chanterelle mushrooms this week! We were unable to deliver chanterelles last week, but we are back in supply.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
BROCCOLI
BRUSSELS
BABY SPINACH
SATSUMA TANGERINES
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
RED TOMATOES
FENNEL
LACINATO KALE
BIG BOX ADD: RED LETTUCE, CARROTS, FUJI APPLES, BRUSSEL SPROUTS, RED BEETS

*This is the last week of tangerines. They’re on their last leg as they always seem to ripen admist the rainy season. If you didn’t receive tangerines we gave you some fuji apples.

JUST the BASICS:
TANGERINES
CARROTS
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
RED TOMATOES
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
BROCCOLI

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI LADY APPLES
CELERY
FENNEL
BABY SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
CILANTRO
SATSUMA TANGERINES

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI LADY APPLES + SATSUMA TANGERINES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED LEAF
MUSHROOM MIX: CHANTERELLE MUSHROOMS

Rosemary White Bean Tomato Soup

Ingredients:
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 onion, roughly chopped
2 garlic cloves, minced
Pinch of red pepper flakes
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1-15 ounce can white beans, drained and rinsed (cannellini beans, navy beans or great northern beans)
1-28 ounce can diced tomatoes (sub two cups chopped fresh tomatoes)
4 cups low-sodium vegetable broth
2 sprigs fresh rosemary
1 Parmesan rind, optional
1 cup roughly chopped kale leaves
Shaved Parmesan and chopped parsley for serving
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Last Ingredient)

Asian Brussels Sprout Salad

Ingredients:
1 lbs brussels sprouts (5-6 cups shredded)
1 medium red or yellow bell pepper <– consider raw broccoli
2 carrots julienned or shredded
3/4 cup thinly sliced scallions
2/3 cup chopped cilantro
1/2 cup chopped salted cashews or peanuts
2 tbsp sesame seeds
Dressing
1/4 cup almond butter or cashew butter
1 tbsp lime juice
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
2 tbsp sesame oil
3 tbsp coconut aminos (or tamari/soy sauce)
2 inch ginger root
2 cloves garlic
2 tsp honey (or 2 medjool dates if doing Whole30)
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Every Last Bite)

Cauliflower Kale Detox Salad

Ingredients:
1/2 head of cauliflower grated with a box cutter
1 cup kale chopped (small)
1/2 cup parsley chopped (small)
3 carrots grated
1/4 cup sliced almonds
4 Tablespoons pomegranate seeds
1 broccoli head chopped (small)
Salad Dressing
2 Tablespoons tahini
2 Tablespoons lemon juice freshly squeezed
1 Tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1 Tablespoon water
1 pinch sea salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper freshly grated
1 Tablespoon freshly grated ginger
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Joy in the Mealtime)

Week of January 23rd

My dear Community,

It always takes some time to sink in that it’s actually winter. As tomatoes finally subside, we’ll turn more towards our winter crops as they slowly but surely creep out of the ground into harvestable. We’re lucky to be surrounded by the bounty of California and will also be looking to our neighbors here and there to keep the variety happening. 

I’m watching our cover crops take over in Buellton. Cover crops play a crucial role in enhancing the sustainability of our farm during the winter months. We mainly plant oats and vetch and they act as a protective blanket for the soil, preventing erosion and nutrient leaching. The root systems enhance soil structure and microbial activity, promoting a healthy and fertile environment for future crops. This really sets the foundation for not only healthy, but equally delicious crops in the future. Healthy soil is the foundation for good farming.

Please keep in mind that growing brussels sprouts is challenging for us. I’m hoping that they will be mainly bug free, but aphids seem to love them as much as I do. Prepping them takes some patience, because there’s no getting around having to deal with them one at a time. It’s well worth the trouble though, because boy are they good! Think of it as a zen exercise; it makes for a methodical, calming preparation. If aphids are present, simply trim off the areas where you see them, remove more leaves until you’ve reached a layer where they are no longer present or scrub them off. Or do what I do, just cook them up and eat them because they pose no threat and you can’t see them after they are cooked.

Tis the season for chanterelles. You’ll find them in our mushroom mix and you can also order them from our store as well.

Be good to each other. 

CS

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
BUTTERNUT SQUASH
GARNET YAMS
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
RED ONION
BABY SPINACH
RED LEAF LETTUCE
HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, SATSUMA TANGERINS, BRUSSEL SPROUTS, EASTER EGG RADISHES

JUST the BASICS:
TANGERINES
CARROTS
BABY SPINACH
RED LEAF LETTUCE
CAULIFLOWER
BRUSSELS SPROUTS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI LADY APPLES
CELERY
FENNEL
BABY SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
ITALIAN PARSLEY
SATSUMA TANGERINES

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI LADY APPLES + SATSUMA TANGERINES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: Chanterelle Mushrooms from the hills of the Santa Ynez Valley

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Week of January 17th

My Dear Community,

Happy MLK Jr. Day! “Our lives end the day we become silent about the things that matter.” This is one of many beautiful quotes by which to remember Martin Luther King Jr. today, and every day. I think it also resonates with me in the movement for organic food grown with the soil in mind. Choosing organic is a proactive stance, a vocalization against harmful pesticides and detrimental farming practices. In this movement, our voices and choices call for an active, purposeful life lived in harmony with our convictions. 

I had to step back and laugh at myself a little. Last week I was confident that our egg production would increase. Our newest flock just started laying and we were on a roll. Then the chickens must have checked the weather report because they came to a sudden halt about a week ago. I’m definitely a little TOO used to the California sunshine because I always neglect to think about January where the temperatures start to dip into freezing. For as long as I’ve been doing this my mind always wants to skip right back into spring after the holidays. I’ve loaded up the chicken coops with hay for warmth and we’ll revisit this when they feel like laying again.

Last week we were slated to put brussels sprouts into the boxes. It’s reasonable to look out at 6000 plants and think there would be plenty. But after walking the field and picking what was available, it was very apparent that they aren’t ready yet. You wouldn’t know it by looking at the plant, but when you bend over to harvest it feltsmushy – no bulk yet inside. Everything slows down with the temperatures lowering. This will be the first CSA box in a while with no lettuce. I’m getting creative and am already thinking about different kinds of salads to make with cabbage, kale and other things that are available to try something new. Take a peek below at our recipes for inspiration.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
NAPPA CABBAGE
BROCCOLI
RED ONIONS
SATSUMA TANGERINES
BABY SPINACH from SUNRISE ORGANICS
LACINATO KALE
HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
ARUGULA
SPAGHETTI SQUASH
BIG ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES, RED BEETS, SATSUMA TANGERINES

JUST the BASICS:
SATSUMA TANGERINES
CARROTS
BABY SPINACH
NAPPA CABBAGE
HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
BROCCOLI

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI LADY APPLES
CELERY
FENNEL
BABY SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
CILANTRO
SATSUMA TANGERINES

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI LADY APPLES + SATSUMA TANGERINES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of January 10th

My dear Community,

I wanted to be the first to let you know that our amazing bread baker is now back in action from her vacation. Sydney has a small production, working out of San Julian ranch, where she resides. She’s baking us delicious and equally beautiful loaves of 100% organic sourdough and seeded sourdough breads. If you’ve seen them, you know what a work of art they are. If you’d like to guarantee a loaf, please sign up on a weekly (or bi-weekly basis) with no commitment. We offer a few loaves in our store when available as well but they tend to sell out quickly. 

We are oh-so-slowly starting to add new egg subscriptions. If you’re on the waitlist I anticipate us picking up in February. We’re adding to our flocks this year in hopes to maintain our subscriptions through 2024. 

A quick note that we have added a fifty cent charge to all of our group delivery locations. Any locations that were already assessed a fee will not have any changes. This helps keep up with wages for our employees, especially our delivery people who tend to work a 10 hour day on Wednesdays to get it all done. 

I hope you’re enjoying getting back into the swing of things. It felt a little challenging for me to get back the ol’ routine, but a box of veggies coming home with me every week makes it all worthwhile. When I’m eating more whole foods and less foods from a package, my whole world feels a bit easier to navigate.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
RED CABBAGE
CAULIFLOWER
BROCCOLI
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
GARNET YAMS
LEEKS
CILANTRO
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, HEIRLOOM TOMATOES, FUJI APPLES, BUTTERNUT SQUASH

*please note that we have to start picking the brussels before I can tell for sure that we have enough. A substitution may occur without warning

JUST the BASICS:
BROCCOLI
CARROTS
RED CABBAGE
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
SATSUMA TANGERINES
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
PINK LADY APPLES
CELERY
FENNEL
BABY SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
CILANTRO
SATSUMA TANGERINES

FRUIT EXPANSION: PINK LADY APPLES + SATSUMA TANGERINES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Happy New Year 2024

My dear Community,

Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season. I was able to relax and check off some tasks- cleaned the chicken coops, sorted through boxes, feng shui my house, planned the year’s projects and more. It felt really good to accomplish what I felt I didn’t have time for otherwise. 

I reach out today with a renewed commitment to our CSA program. It’s always nice to take a few weeks off to gain some perspective and clarity around all the work we do. At times (especially towards the end of the year) it can feel heavy and non-stop. But being able to step back reminds me how much I love the work we do. We have access to some of the best tasting, super nutritious food in the country and I’m so honored to bring it to each and every one of you. In a culture where our own government supports and promotes packaged, processed junk foods at every level, from subsidizing corn, wheat and soy farms to the grocery shelves, I come offering a humble box of whole foods from your local Farmacy. 

I’m so excited to get started afresh and looking forward to a New Year crammed full of good food, connection and health. I don’t have the exact list yet for the contents of our CSA boxes as the farm is on holiday today, but please see my best guess below. We’re coming back with a BANG. Check back in tomorrow for any final updates. 

***Our bread baker is still on vacation. We’ll return to providing the most delicious and equally beautiful loaves of sourdough next week.

***All of our boxes dropped at group delivery locations will now be assessed a fifty-cent delivery fee. (Some locations were already being assessed this fee and nothing will change). This helps me continue to raise wages for our employees.

Be good to each other. 

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
RED CABBAGE
BROCCOLI
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
RED BEETS
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
FUJI APPLES from AVILA FAMILY FARM
YELLOW ONIONS
YELLOW HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, FUJI APPLES, GARNET YAMS, LACINATO KALE

JUST the BASICS:
YELLOW HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
CARROTS
SATSUMA TANGERINES
RED BEETS
BROCCOLI
WHITE CAULIFLOWER

* We are short on lettuce and loaded with tomatoes this week.

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
LACINATO KALE
CELERY
RED BEETS
RED BABBAGE
SATSUMA TANGERINES
ITALIAN PARSLEY

FRUIT EXPANSION: TANGERINES + FUJI APPLES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: NOT AVAILABLE THIS WEEK ONLY

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Last CSA box of the year

My dear Community,

As we approach the final box of the year, I find myself reflecting on the incredible journey we’ve shared over the seasons. This year has been a testament to the power of gratitude, the beauty of hard work and the strength of community.

First and foremost, I express my deepest gratitude for each and every one of you. Your commitment to supporting local, sustainable agriculture has helped to carry on our work here on the farm. Your appreciation for fresh, organic produce is the heartbeat of this CSA project. Thanks for choosing us to be your farmers.

Community is at the core of what we do. Seeing our CSA family grow and connect has been one of the best parts of this journey. Whether it’s sharing recipes, exchanging cooking tips or just hearing the ripple effects of a CSA box landing in its final destination.

As we take a brief pause for the last two weeks of December to recharge and prepare for the upcoming year, I want to express our heartfelt thanks. Your support sustains not just our farm, but a way of life centered around health, sustainability and shared abundance.

Wishing you all a joyful holiday season filled with warmth, connection and of course the bounty that’s coming your way. I stocked the store with some extra bread in case you need to double up to hold you through the new year. If you’re receiving a bi-weekly box this week your next delivery isn’t scheduled until January 10th. If you’d like to receive a box starting on January 3rd, just shoot me a quick email.

Don’t forget to give the gift of the CSA this year. Visit our website and grab yourself a certificate and we’ll do the rest.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
BROCCOLI
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
CARROTS
LACINATO KALE
ITALIAN PARSLEY
BUNCHED SPINACH
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
RED ONIONS
BIG BOX ADD: RED LEAF LETTUCE, CARROTS, ARUGULA, BUTTERNUT SQUASH, TANGERINES

JUST the BASICS:
BUNCHED SPINACH
CARROTS
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
BROCCOLI
SATSUMA TANGERINES
ROMAINE LETTUCE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
PINK LADY APPLES
LACINATO KALE
FENNEL
ITALIAN PARSLEY
GREEN CABBAGE
BUNCHED SPINACH
SATSUMA TANGERINES

FRUIT EXPANSION: PINK LADY APPLES + TANGERINES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED BUTTER
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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