Week of December 6th

My dear Community,

We are in the home stretch of the year. Just two more weeks of CSA boxes and we’ll be closed the last two weeks of December. We’ll be back in action the first week of January. This break is for the farm too, as chickens are barely laying any eggs, crop harvest has slowed to a crawl and so it always feels like a great opportunity to take a break from the hustle and focus on loved ones. 

As each year seems to go by more quickly than the last I realized we’ve been doing this for over 12 years now. It seems like yesterday when John Givens gave me the opportunity to take over this community supported agriculture program. We’ve grown from 40 boxes to over 400 (about double that during COVID!) and I am so grateful for each and every one of you. Organic farming is not just a lifestyle, but it’s a passion and it wouldn’t be complete without the community that surrounds us. I’m always excited about what’s going to happen in the new year, but with so much uncertainty about the future of small farms, it’s going to be really interesting to see how it evolves over the next few years. One thing is for sure, we’re here to support YOU as our surrounding community and will continue to do so via our farmers markets and CSA.

We’re headed into all the winter crops with tomatoes hanging on for dear life. I don’t expect them to continue much longer. But we’re starting to see things like tangerines (this week!), local apples and all the greens to keep us going strong this winter. 

If you know anyone who would benefit from a box of fresh organic veggies, make sure to gift them a certificate. You can find them on our website for purchase. 

Be good to each other. 

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
YELLOW CHERRY TOMATOES
YELLOW ONIONS
BROCCOLI
SPAGHETTI SQUASH
RED MUSTARD GREENS
GREEN CABBAGE
GARLIC
SATSUMA TANGERINES
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
BIG BOX ADD: SATSUMA TANGERINES, CARROTS, ROMAINE LETTUCE, BUNCHED SPINACH, DELICATA SQUASH

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
YELLOW CHERRY TOMATOES
BROCCOLI
GREEN CABBAGE
SATSUMA TANGERINS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GRANNY SMITH APPLES
LACINATO KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
CILANTRO
CELERY X2
BABY SPINACH
RED BELL PEPPERS

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

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Week of November 29th

My dear Community,

We have three more weeks of boxes until we close for the winter holiday. We will be closed December 20/21 & 27/28th. It’s always amazing how quickly the year flies by. 2023 marks our 13th year of the CSA program!

Over the years the CSA program has been highlighted more and more as a valuable resource for local food distribution. A lot of local stores will not be purchasing from us anymore due to a “food safety” standard that has been set by corporate America. Standards that seem to create more jobs for paperwork and companies that sell us the supplies. My definition of food safety is keeping biodiversity in true harmony with tending to the soil, crop rotations and keeping the ecosystem of animals in the beautiful dance that nature intended. Practices like these have kept food safe for thousands of years. We are fortunate enough to be able to continue to offer our produce through the CSA program and our local farmer’s markets. 

Consider the gift of veggies this holiday season. Add on an epic loaf of fresh baked sourdough bread or local mushrooms to complete the deal. Just log into our website here to get started. We’ll send out the message on your selected day and get the giftee going in the new year. 

We continue to be extremely short on eggs as they are also seasonal. Our newest flock just started laying and I hope to be caught up in the new year. When chickens first start laying, the eggs are about half of their normal size, it takes a while for them to really get going. If you are on our waitlist, we will notify you as soon as they’re available again.

Be good to each other.  

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
GREEN CABBAGE
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
LACINATO KALE
FRENCH BREAKFAST RADISHES
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GARNET YAMS
RED ONIONS
BABY SPINACH
BIG ADD: CARROTS, RED LEAF LETTUCE, YELLOW CHERRY TOMATOES, BRUSSELS SPROUTS, BROCCOLI

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
CAULIFLOWER
BABY SPINACH
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
RED ONIONS

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

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUYU PERSIMMONS + SATSUMA TANGERINES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED LEAF
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of Thanks Givens

My dear Community,

I can’t help but let my thanks overflow this week for so many things, but especially for the community that helps keep this CSA program running. Our CSA van died a few weeks ago and our wonderful mechanic Tom took his own time to replace the water pump and get our 10+ year old van running (and even passing smog). Many thanks to the people who host pick up sites and ensure our box distribution runs smoothly. Of course, a huge thanks to the farm workers who are out in the fields 6 days a week, planting, tending and harvesting our food to eat. Sending love to my CSA staff who show up every week to help put our boxes together. There’s so many moving parts that go into making our program run each week, which includes YOU supporting local, organic food grown with the soil in mind. 

We have great seasonal items like local walnuts in shell, brussels sprouts, broccoli, sweet potatoes, persimmons, sourdough bread, strawberry jam and more in our CSA store if you’d like any additional items for your lineup this week without waiting in line. 

Thanks again for being part of our program. We couldn’t do it without you.

Be good to each other.

Carolyn

CSA Box Contains:
CARROTS
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
YELLOW ONIONS
SWEET POTATOES (GARNET YAM)
ITALIAN PARSLEY
BABY SPINACH
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
BROCCOLI
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, ROMAINE LETTUCE, BRUSSELS SPROUTS, YUKON GOLD POTATOES, LACINATO KALE

JUST the BASICS:
CARROTS
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
SWEET POTATOES
BABY SPINACH

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
LACINATO KALE
GREEN CABBAGE
ITALIAN PARSLEY
FENNEL
BUNCHED SPINACH
VALENCIA ORANGES

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Week of November 15th

My dear Community,

It’s cold enough in Buellton overnight now that all of our summer crops are put to winter’s rest. Luckily, we’re still cashing in on late tomatoes from our Goleta farm. It always feels like a tough transition when strawberries are no longer available for CSA boxes but it won’t be long before we get sweet tangerines to add some color and sweetness.

We will be making boxes next week- the week before Thanksgiving. If you know you will be out of town or would like to put your box on hold, please do so now. This really helps us plan for harvesting as everything will be a little hectic from now until then. We will take our annual break the last two weeks of December to spend time with family and loved ones. We’ll be back in the new year to kick everyone off on the right foot.

We make it really easy to give the gift of organic vegetables. Gift health to someone in your life. You make the payment and add a personal message and we’ll do the rest. You can even add extras, like a loaf of bread, olive oil, or a cut of locally pastured meat to complete the package. 

Speaking of locally raised meat. We have a limited quantity of beef and lamb from San Julian in the store. I’m doing my best to keep up a stock, but because of recent closures in FDA facilities, it’s harder and harder for smaller businesses to process meat.

Sending love from our family farm to you.

Be good to each other. 

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
ROMAINE LETTUCE
RED ONIONS
GARLIC
BUNCHED SPINACH
MINI SWEET PEPPERS
ARUGULA
SPAGHETTI SQUASH
BROCCOLI
BIG BOX ADD: CHERRY TOMATOES, GREEN LEAF LETTUCE, LACINATO KALE, FUJI APPLES, GARNET STYLE YAMS

JUST the BASICS:
BUNCHED SPINACH
CARROTS
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
ROMAINE LETTUCE
BROCCOLI
MINI SWEET PEPPERS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GRANNY SMITH APPLES
LACINATO KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
CILANTRO
FENNEL
BUNCHED SPINACH
VALENCIA ORANGES

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUYU PERSIMMONS + APPLES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: GREEN LEAF
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS (possibly just shiitake. as the cold weather comes in the mushrooms slowed way down)

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Week of November 8th

My dear Community,

This is the first box in a while without fruit. John Givens Farm is mainly a vegetable farm, even though we planted an orchard and try to grow (and eat) as many strawberries as humanly possible in a calendar year. We still have some pears and apples for our fruit expansions but will be looking to Avila soon to get some fresh picked apples for the cooler season. I’m also looking forward to our yearly dose of tangerines from our local source right here in Goleta. 

As we get ready for the last holidays of the year,it feels like the last few months are a blur. Personally, I’m setting an intention to slow down like nature seems to do. During fall and winter it feels like we need to get a little extra sleep even in the midst of the chaos and the holiday push. Sending you an extra nudge to nurture yourself and enjoy the last bits of this year. Here’s wishing you get more time and inspiration to cook at home with all the delicious food from our farm. 

A friendly reminder: if you know you’re going to be gone for Thanksgiving, please don’t wait to put your box on hold. Go ahead and log into your account now. This information will be super helpful as we plan for staffing and harvest Thanksgiving week. We will also be taking our annual break the last two Wednesdays of December (20th and 27th) to reboot and spend some serious quality time with our families.

Be good to each other. 

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
RED TOMATOES
RED BELL PEPPERS
BUNCHED SPINACH
GREEN ZUCCHINI (last week for this item)
BROCCOLI
YELLOW ONIONS
YAMS (GARNET STYLE)
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
BIG BOX ADD: RED LEAF LETTUCE, GREEN BEANS, ORANGE KABOCHA SQUASH, ITALIAN PARSLEY, APPLES (from our orchard)

JUST the BASICS:
BUNCHED SPINACH
CARROTS
RED TOMATOES
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
GREEN ZUCCHINI
RED BELL PEPPERS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GRANNY SMITH APPLES
LACINATO KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
ITALIAN PARSLEY
FENNEL
BUNCHED SPINACH
VALENCIA ORANGES

FRUIT EXPANSION: PEARS + APPLES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED LEAF
MUSHROOM MIX: SHIITAKE + OYSTERS from WOLFE FARMS (possibly just shiitake. as the cold weather comes in the mushrooms slow way down)

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Week of November 1st

My dear Community,

We are finally winding down on a lot of crops. This will be the last week for melons, cucumbers and strawberries, and zucchini and bell peppers are close behind. As temperatures plummet during the night in Buellton we’ll look to our Goleta farm for the bulk of our bounty. The land that never freezes and allows us to cultivate food all year round. I grew up with four distinct seasons, so I have deep gratitude for eating freshly picked produce all year. 

As we approach the holidays, keep us in mind for the gift of giving health. Pair a gift certificate from us with an awesome local cookbook, like this one from Elizabeth Poett @ San Julian farms or this fun family cookbook by Shawn Stevenson @ model health show. Set someone in your life up for success and off on the right foot in the new year. Find the page to access our gift certificates here and we’ll email a personalized message to the giftee along with instructions on how to start up their box. 

A few notes about the holiday season you’ll see on repeat in the coming weeks: if you know you’re going to be gone for Thanksgiving, please don’t wait to put your box on hold. Go ahead and log into your account now. This information will be super helpful as we plan for staffing and harvest Thanksgiving week. We will also be taking our annual break the last two Wednesdays of December to reboot and spend some serious quality time with our families.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
RED TOMATOES
ROMAINE LETTUCE
LACINATO KALE
BABY SPINACH
CARMEN and/or RED BELL PEPPER
ENGLISH CUCUMBER
GREEN ZUCCHINI
STRAWBERRIES
CANARY MELON
BIG BOX ADD: RED LEAF LETTUCE, LEEKS, CARROTS, GARNET YAMS, FENNEL

JUST the BASICS:
STRAWBERRIES
ROMAINE LETTUCE
CUCUMBERS
LACINATO KALE
BABY SPINACH
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GRANNY SMITH APPLES
LACINATO KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
ITALIAN PARSLEY
CELERY
BABY SPINACH
STRAWBERRIES
CANARY MELON

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

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Week of October 25th

My dear Community,

As we roll through these last weeks of what feels like summer, we continue to cash in on all the bounty it has to offer. Weekly cantaloupe seems eternal, but as everything is starting to cool down in Buellton, the end is on the horizon. We planted extra strawberries this year and they too are starting their dormant cycle.  Head to the CSA store to add asian pears and apples picked the morning of or day before you receive them. It’s hard to say that about fruit you get from the store.

As a mom and someone who finds themselves generally busy and overwhelmed, I continue down the path of fast-food options. Not the kind you drive through  to order in your car. I’m talking about whole food, wholesome recipes that are quick and easy from start to finish. There are nights where I absolutely relish the meditative practice of spending time in the kitchen to prepare a meal. But most nights I’m just trying to get something healthy on the table. These are the kinds of recipes that have inspired the blog this week. Please feel free to email me any recipes you have used in the past that continue to work as a quick and nutritious meal and we will add it to our files. Thanks in advance!

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
RED BELL PEPPERS
GREEN ZUCCHINI
BABY SPINACH
STRAWBERRIES
CANTALOUPE
ROMAINE LETTUCE
BASIL
BIG BOX ADD: RED BUTTER LETTUCE, PEARS, MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES, RED ONIONS, LACINATO KALE

JUST the BASICS:
BABY SPINACH
CARROTS
STRAWBERRIES
HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
GREEN ZUCCHINI
ROMAINE LETTUCE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GRANNY SMITH APPLES
LACINATO KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
CILANTRO
CELERY X2
BABY SPINACH
RED BELL PEPPERS

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

My Favorite Green Smoothie

(I halved and froze an avocado for this smoothie – but warning it’s a lot less sweet in a good way. I also used water and a vanilla protein powder instead of almond milk. This recipe felt good for inspiring you to make your own version.)

Ingredients:
1 medium banana (previously peeled, frozen and quartered)
1/2 cup mixed frozen berries
1 Tbsp flaxseed meal
1 heaping Tbsp natural, salted peanut butter
1/2 – 3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
2 cups fresh spinach
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Minimalist Baker)

Paleo Pizza Bowls

(I’m going to use real cheese, but I like the option to use a nutritional yeast based “cheese” sauce)
Ingredients:
cheese sauce:
3/4 cup raw cashews no need to soak
2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
1/3 cup water or plain dairy free milk
2 Tbsp avocado oil or olive oil
1 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp sea salt
1-2 Tbsp nutritional yeast
pizza bowls:
2 Tbsp olive oil divided
1 lb sweet Italian sausage meat or ground meat of your choice*
1 medium onion thinly sliced
8 oz mushrooms thinly sliced
2 red bell pepper thinly sliced
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
4 cloves garlic minced
3/4 cup pizza sauce or marinara sauce, no added sugar
1 tsp Pizza Seasoning or Italian seasoning blend
1/4 cup sliced black olives optional
Crushed red pepper optional
Fresh chopped basil or parsley optional
Sliced tomatoes
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Paleo Running Momma)

Creamy Zucchini and Mushroom Soup

Ingredients:
1 lb. fresh mushrooms chopped
One large zucchini chopped
One medium onion chopped
Two cloves garlic minced
Several sprigs of fresh thyme or one tablespoon of dried thyme
Two bay leaves
3 cups chicken stock or vegetable stock
1 cup coconut milk
1 tbsp. ghee
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Paleo Leap)

Dark Chocolate Chunk Zucchini Blondies

Ingredients:
1/2 cup almond butter
1/4 cup nondairy milk
2/3 cup coconut sugar
2 flax eggs (2 tbsp ground flax + 4 tbsp water)
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 cup shredded zucchini
1 cup oat flour
1/2 cup rolled oats
2 tsps baking powder
1/2 tsp salt 60g chopped Simple Hu Dark chocolate
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Hu Kitchen)

Week of October 18th

My dear Community,

If you’ve had an egg subscription with us a full year you are probably aware that we have a major decline in egg production as we head into the cooler months- yes, eggs are seasonal too! I was so focused on the rainy season I had a lapse in getting new chicks so we are really feeling the seasonal swing. I like to give my chickens rest when they are ready for it. I just saw one of our newest chickens lay her first egg today, so hopefully we will keep the operation running through the winter, even if on a smaller scale. It’s time to really vibe with the season and make shifts in your meals as nature intended. This also allows us to experience a full spectrum of nutrition as well as different protein sources.

Speaking of nutrition through food, I keep coming back to this thought: every bite you put into your mouth is more powerful than anything you will ever find in a prescription bottle. So choose wisely. Food is also more efficient, better and less expensive than medication with nothing but positive side effects. Especially when it comes to preventing or managing certain chronic conditions. Using farm fresh, organic produce and including lots of fresh herbs in your kitchen can have profound effects on your health. Nutrient dense whole foods and phytonutrients can protect the body and the risk of chronic disease. Plant foods play into a healthy gut microbiome which we know is linked to better health outcomes. Proper nutrition helps regulate our blood sugar levels, reducing the risk of many chronic diseases. Nutrient rich food can also positively influence mood, mental health and the list goes on. 

Wishing you and yours all the health and vitality from our humble box of fruits and veggies.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
GREEN ZUCCHINI
GREEN CURLY KALE
CARROTS
YELLOW ONIONS
RED BELL PEPPERS
CANTALOUPE
STRAWBERRIES
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, BABY SPINACH, CHERRY TOMATOES, BARTLETT PEARS, BASIL

JUST the BASICS:
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
GREEN ZUCCHINI
CANTALOUPE
STRAWBERRIES
CARROTS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES
GREEN CURLY KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
CELERY X2
BARTLETT PEARS
BABY SPINACH
ITALIAN PARSLEY

FRUIT EXPANSION: STRAWBERRIES + PEARS
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: Shiitake + Oyster from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of October 11th

My dear Community,

October heat waves seem to be the norm now. Even though it was quite hot for us, it was a great push for the crops on the farm. Summer crops get a chance to hold on a bit longer and our winter crops get a boost. As the days get shorter and the weather inevitably gets cooler, the winter crops seem to slow to a crawl. We rely on a little extra sunshine this month to keep everything on schedule. We’re rolling right along into cooking season, in time for fennel to hit the scene. Fennel is (in my opinion) an underrated flowering plant species in the Apiaceae (carrot, celery) family with an anise flavor. It contains potassium, magnesium, and other nutrients with an antioxidant effect. It may have various health benefits, such as digestion support, it may be anti-inflammatory and promote healthy skin. Just another addition to your box of farmaceuticals. Using the CSA box as inspiration to eat “outside the box” will help you get a much-needed variety of vitamins and minerals the body needs. We also have lots of garlic, onions and herbs in our CSA store if you’d like to add a boost of flavor and nutrition to your experience. 

Be good to each other. 

CSA Contains:
HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
RED ONIONS
CARROTS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
FENNEL
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
STRAWBERRIES
CUCUMBERS
GREEN BEANS
RED BELL PEPPERS
BIG BOX ADD: ROMAINE LETTUCE, BI COLORED SWEET CORN, FINGERLING POTATOES, BABY SPINACH, BROCCOLI

JUST the BASICS:
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
CARROTS
MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES
GREEN BEANS
CUCUMBERS
RED BELL PEPPERS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GALA APPLES
LACINATO KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
ITALIAN PARSLEY
CELERY X2
BABY SPINACH
FENNEL

FRUIT EXPANSION: STRAWBERRIES + YELLOW PEACHES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
MUSHROOM MIX: Shiitake + Oyster from WOLFE FARMS

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Week of October 4th

My dear Community,

It’s been a busy week on the farm. The weather is starting to cool down but we’re still harvesting summer and fall crops while planting for the winter. As the temperatures drop, Buellton will transform into mostly cover crops and our farm in Goleta will carry us through the winter time. If you’ve ever lived anywhere besides California you know how amazing it is that we have fresh produce available year round.

As Monday rolls around again, I consistently need a reset to keep myself focused on meal planning. It can feel so easy to get off track some weeks. Setting an intention at the beginning of the week really helps me refocus. Remembering how food makes me feel and gives me the energy I need keeps me on track and makes sure I include plants in most of my meals. Diets have never resonated with me, but finding joy in connection with the farm and feeling good in my body set me on a journey of health. I hope our recipes inspire you to eat more plants and have an amazing week.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CUCUMBERS
GREEN ZUCCHINI
RED BELL PEPPERS
STRAWBERRIES
CARROTS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
SPAGHETTI SQUASH
CILANTRO
GREEN KALE
BIG ADD: RED LEAF LETTUCE, CANTALOUPE, BI-COLORED SWEET CORN, MOUNTAIN MAGIC TOMATOES, GREEN BEANS

JUST the BASICS:
ROMAINE LETTUCE
CARROTS
STRAWBERRIES
HEIRLOOM TOMATOES
GREEN ZUCCHINI
SPAGHETTI SQUASH

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GRANNY SMITH APPLES
LACINATO KALE
ENGLISH CUCUMBERS
CILANTRO
CELERY X2
BARTLETT PEARS
ITALIAN PARSLEY

FRUIT EXPANSION: STRAWBERRIES + BARTLETT PEARS
LETTUCE of the WEEK: RED LEAF
MUSHROOM MIX: Shiitake + Oyster from WOLFE FARMS

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