Dear Farm Share Members,
We made it! 22 weeks of eating from the fruits of the land, trying a new recipe or 2, or 30 and perhaps even learning a new vegetable. We are so thankful you’ve taken this journey with us. It’s easy to put good food at the bottom of your priority list in this busy world, but taking the time to enjoy unprocessed, organic produce is worth your time for your health, and even enjoyable!
We hope you enjoyed this little adventure and are ready for one last summer box, although I don’t think any of us are still calling it summer out there ;).
So let me say thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart for caring about your food, and how and by whom it’s grown! We sure appreciate it.
If you want this local food journey to carry on throughout the fall, winter and spring, we offer winter vegetable and fruit shares. Please Register asap so we can save a spot for you https://zephyrorganics.com/what-is-farmshare/products/
Now, for this week’s list….
Finally we have those potatoes I have been nagging my husband about for weeks and weeks! They look really lovely, and I think you’ll find they have a wonderful taste.
- chicogga beets (candy-striped! cut ’em open and discover the awesomeness. Slice them thinly and they can be used like a cracker)
- red or russet potatoes
- pepper squash
- baby bokchoy
- red cabbage (so good German style: )
- sweet potatoes
- black kale
- Whole shares add:
pumpkin (try these gluten free vegan doughnuts if you are looking for a treat)
- tomatillos or Chinese cabbage (try the tomatillos in vegetarian chili!)
- 6 kiwis
- 4 midnight oranges
- 2.5lbs bananas
- 6 pears
- 2 pomegranates
- gala apples
We welcome your feedback! Thanks for choosing us as your farm this year!
Sincerely, Jennifer, the Eng fanily, and the Zephyr Organics team.