Clockwise, from upper left: Claytonia AKA miner’s lettuce, rainbow chard, mustard greens, joi choi, spinach, crimini mushrooms, daikon radish, white sweet potatoes (large share pictured).Use first (will keep about a week): claytonia
Store a little longer (about 2 weeks): spinach, mushrooms*, joi choi, chard, mustard
Store very well (a month or more): radishes, sweet potatoes*
*certified organic items, purchased from other local farms (Mother Earth Mushrooms, Quail Cove Farms, Machipongo, VA)
While your produce is super fresh, it has not been washed! Please take care to always wash your vegetables well before enjoying.
Happy Week 5 of the Spring CSA!
While Summer sounds so far away, the Summer CSA starts on April 24th and is filling up fast! Don’t miss out on the biggest CSA season of the year!
Call, stop by, or sign up online today, and enjoy the most delicious local, organic produce through September 18th!
If it has been a while since you have reviewed proper procedure for dismantling your CSA box, or it is your first season as a member, please take a peek at the short video linked here.. Proper handling of CSA boxes prolongs their lives and helps keep the cost of shares low, and you all may have noticed the boxes are suffering from poor handling of late.
Thanks in advance for being part of the solution!
Looking for a delicious daikon recipe? Look no further!
Spicy Roasted Daikon ‘French Fries’
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