Week of February 24th

My dear community,

I wanted to address bugs found in your boxes and on your veggies in case you were wondering about the occasional one or two, ok, or sometimes, a few. Bugs are a part of organic produce and come as a result. We aren’t so focused on perfection and beauty (although it’s a nice afterthought as put into our brains from big box grocery stores and advertising) as we are on soil health and delicious varieties that taste good when ripe. We want food that nurtures your body because the ground hasn’t been polluted with chemicals so the perfect looking apple can be plucked off the tree. Hard work goes into hand weeding the earth. Conventional farms first bathe the ground in chemicals so only targeted plants that are pumped full of more chemical fertilizers can grow. It was a pretty painstaking process of picking brussels sprouts last week. Each piece was cleaned as it was picked and put into a bucket and then were washed together again. If you find aphids (though totally edible and not dangerous or poisonous to humans), try soaking the vegetable in a cool bath of salt water before cooking. If you see holes in your leafy greens – be thankful that there is life on the farm as it should be. Bugs get more prevalent as the weather warms up so I wanted to bring it to your attention. Hope you enjoy all that our farm has to offer this week.

Eat more plants! It’s undeniable that regardless of any diet you are following or not – eating more plants is going to benefit your health.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
BROCOLLI from SUNRISE ORGANICS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
GREEN CABBAGE
LEEKS
BUNCHED SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
HASS AVOCADOS from GREENSPOT FARMING
CELERY
GARNET YAMS from QUAIL H. FARMS
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, ROMAINE, BROCCOLINI from , RED BEETS, FUJI APPLES from CUYAMA ORCHARDS

Just the Basics
CARROTS
BROCOLLI
BUNCHED SPINACH
HASS AVOCADOS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
GARNET YAMS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
GREEN CABBAGE
ITALIAN PARSLEY
BUNCHED SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
CELERY
GRANNY SMITH APPLES from GOPHER GLENN ORGANICS
RED BEETS

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI APPLES from CUYAMA ORCHARDS and SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLENN ANNIE ORGANICS
LETTUCE of the Week: RED BUTTER

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Week of February 17th

My dear community,

I have a few leeks piling up in my fridge so in case you do too I shared a few recipes below to keep them from directly becoming compost. One good night of soup making usually clears out my fridge. Advanced meal prepping has circled back around in my life and soup seems to be such an easy and filling meal. I’ve been roasting beets the night I get them and putting them in the fridge for salads. I’ve been sauteeing the beet greens to add to eggs in the morning as I’m a big fan of the texture when cooked down. Cauliflower gets roasted and dropped into everything from salads to snacks.
Don’t forget to check out our CSA Store to shop for local goods in addition to extra fruit and veggies. All bread orders need to be placed by Sunday at midnight. The cut-off for all other orders is Monday at midnight. This week we have a few extra bunches of broccolini @$3.50/bu per email request. Fruit is slim pickings right now, but that will change as we head into spring.

Speaking of, it’s been a week filled with trimming back fruit trees, weeding the fields and planting new crops for the spring. Hope you have a great week!

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
CARROTS
BUNCHED SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
RED BEETS
FUJI APPLES from CUYAMA ORCHARDS
LEEKS
FENNEL
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, ROMAINE LETTUCE, BROCOLLINI from JOSI’S ORGANIC FARM, CELERY, GARNET YAMS

JUST the BASICS:
CAULIFLOWER
BUNCHED SPINACH
CARROTS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
BRUSSELS SPROUTS

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS
BUNCHED SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
ROMAINE LETTUCE
RED BEETS
FUJI APPLES
FENNEL
CELERY X2

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI APPLES and KIWI (wait until they are soft like an avocado before eating)
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE LETTUCE

Leek, Mushroom, and Chicken Soup

Ingredients:
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
4 cups thinly sliced leeks (about 2 leeks)
4 cups thinly sliced cremini mushrooms (about 1 pound)
1/4 cup coconut aminos or tamari
1 can full-fat coconut milk
3 cups bone or chicken broth
1/2 teaspoon cumin
1/2 teaspoon turmeric
1 1-inch piece ginger, peeled and minced
1 teaspoon minced garlic
1/4 teaspoon red chili flakes
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
2–3 cups cubed leftover boneless, skinless chicken breasts (optional)
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at Do You Even Paleo)

Cauliflower Leek Soup – Vegan

Ingredients:
FOR THE SOUP
1 large head of cauliflower, roughly chopped
2 leeks (1 bunch)
6 cups vegetable broth
2 Tablespoons nutritional yeast
1 and 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1 and 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon dried thyme
1 bay leaf
Himalayan pink salt to taste (I use about 1 and 1/2 teaspoon with a low sodium broth)
pepper to taste
(Find the full recipe and directions here at Where You Get Your Protein)

Raw Kale and Brussels Sprouts Salad with Tahini-Maple Dressing

Ingredients:
1 bunch of curly green kale
12 Brussels sprouts (about ½ pound or 2 big handfuls’ worth)
¼ cup sliced almonds
¼ cup shaved Parmesan, to taste (use a vegetable peeler to shave the cheese into little strips)
Fine sea salt
Tahini-maple dressing
¼ cup tahini
2 tablespoons white wine vinegar
2 teaspoons white miso
2 teaspoons maple syrup
Pinch of red pepper flakes
¼ cup water
(Find the full recipe and directions here at Cookie and Kate)

Roasted Beet and Kale Salad with Maple Candied Walnuts

Ingredients:
1.5 lb. beets, peeled and quartered (or cut into bite sized pieces if you’re using large beets)
1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil
1 cup walnut halves
3 tablespoons pure maple syrup
¼ teaspoon sea salt
⅛ teaspoon fresh cracked pepper
4 packed cups of curly kale, washed and torn into bite sized pieces
(Find the recipe and inspiration here at The Endless Meal)

Cauliflower Tinga Tacos

Ingredients:
Cauliflower tinga
1 tbsp olive oil
1 medium cauliflower, cut into florets
1 tbsp olive oil
1 onion, chopped
2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
2 chipotle peppers in adobo
1 tsp chilli powder
1/2 tsp cumin
salt and pepper to taste
4–5 tbsp water
Also needed:
Corn tortillas
Shredded cabbage or brussels
cilantro
avocado
sour cream (vegan or regular)
(Find the full recipe and directions here at Choosing Chia)

Roasted Beet and Fennel Burgers (veg, gluten-free, grain-free, paleo)

Ingredients:
1 bulb fennel, fronds removed
3 large beets, washed and unpeeled
1 cup raw almonds
4 eggs
1/2 cup salsa (we used this guy; if you’re using a saltier salsa, you may want to reduce the sea salt by half)
1 T honey
1 tsp salt
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp paprika
olive oil
avocado, gorgonzola, sriracha and/or other tasty toppings of your choice
bibb lettuce (or buns) for serving
(Find the full recipe and inspiration here at The Pill and Quill)

Week of February 10th

My dear community,

It’s that time of year when it feels like there’s not a whole lot going on at the farm. It’s the calm before spring planting. I spoke with John Givens this morning as he was planting zucchini up at our El Capitan Ranch. Those are very happy vegetables with sprawling ocean views. Spring is still a ways out, but it will be here before we know it with all the abundance that comes with it. The chickens are starting to lay more eggs with these warmer, longer days and we’ve started to add eggs to people on our waitlist.
A quick reminder to check out all our locally made goods in our CSA Store. Spicy jam, honey, bone broth and hummus along with fresh baked bread, extra veggies and fruit. Is there something you don’t see in the store? Make sure to inquire. You can also add a one time extra box if you want to gift it to a friend for Valentine’s Day. Just let us know! Hope you all have a great week.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
CARROTS
BUNCHED SPINACH
COLLARD GREENS
CILANTRO
GREEN CABBAGE
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
RED BEETS
LEEKS
BROCOLLINI from TOMATERO FARMS
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, ROMAINE LETTUCE, FUJI APPLES from CUYAMA ORCHARD, GREEN KALE, ARUGULA

Just the Basics:
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
CARROTS
BUNCHED SPINACH
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES from CUYAMA ORCHARD
BROCOLLINI from TOMATERO FARMS

JUICE FEAST:
GREEN KALE
CARROTS
BUNCHED SPINACH
COLLARD GREENS
CILANTRO
GREEN CABBAGE
ROMAINE LETTUCE
RED BEETS
GRANNY SMITH APPLES from GOPHER GLENN ORGANICS
CELERY

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI APPLES from CUYAMA ORCHARD and SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE
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Week of February 3rd

My dear community,

It’s been quite a week. I learned a real lesson about water resistant vs. water repellent clothing. Dilemmas of a woman who spent a lot of time in drought ridden California. All the rain was a boost for the veggies, but they’ll tend to be a little dirtier than usual. It’s always best to rinse and spin dry your produce before it goes into the fridge, first removing any tops.
We’ve added another one of my local favorites to our CSA store. Wishbone Wellbeing is a local, woman-owned business creating small batches of bone broth, very often using our veggies, but always organic. Add a jar to your box and let us know what you think.
Please keep your recipe suggestions coming! I really appreciate those who have sent emails and apologize for the late response as my two very young boys rule my schedule.

With connective intention.

CSA Contains:
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
RED CABBAGE
BUNCHED SPINACH
CARROTS
LEEKS
LACINATO KALE
RED LEAF LETTUCE
BUTTERNUT SQUASH
BROCCOLI from SUNRISE ORGANICS
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
BIG BOX: RED BUTTER, CILANTRO, BEETS, TANGERINES, CELERY

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI APPLES from CUYAMA ORCHARDS and SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
LETTUCE OF THE WEEK: RED BUTTER

JUST the BASICS:
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
BUNCHED SPINACH
CARROTS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
BROCCOLI
SATSUMA TANGERINES
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Week of January 27th

My dear community,

It’s hard to imagine we were at the beach last weekend. As we head into California winter, things slow down and with the wet weather, get a little dirtier. On the farm we have more greens and less variety. But what we do have is geared especially to keep you healthy during these months. Our farmacy in a box is loaded with antioxidants, vitamins and mineral rich food. Eating locally grown, seasonal produce is the most flavorful there is.

The heavy rain forecasted this week is great and needed for the land, and will definitely keep us busy. We’ll be going off our mental checklist of running around remembering to cover the hay bales and chicken feed, and wading through muddy fields picking veggies. It will give me a chance to catch up on paperwork as well.

We’ve added a Twitter account to our media outlets to keep you inspired with new recipes. Find us @somethinggoodorganics on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @johngivensfarm. Tag us with any new creations you make and we will make sure to share. Keeping our community fed, nourished and inspired to keep eating more plants is our mission.

With connective intention,

CSA Contains:
RED BEETS
LEEKS
BUNCHED SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
RED CABBAGE
GARNET YAMS
ARUGULA
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
SATSUMA TANGERINES
CARROTS
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, BLUEBERRIES, ROMAINE LETTUCE, BROCCOLI, DILL

JUICE FEAST:
RED BEETS
BUNCHED SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
RED CABBAGE
ROMAINE LETTUCE
CELERY
ITALIAN PARSLEY
FUJI APPLES
EUREKA LEMONS

JUST the BASICS:
BUNCHED SPINACH
CARROTS
GARNET YAMS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
SATSUMA TANGERINES
BROCCOLI

FRUIT EXPANSION: SATSUMAS and BLUEBERRIES
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE

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Week of January 20th

My dear community,

It’s been a wild week to say the least. We’ve been enjoying the summer weather, but looking forward to the possibility of rain next week. Rain and cooler temperatures help our orchards produce when springtime finally comes. As much as we love posting up at the beach on a Sunday afternoon, we’d rather hunker down inside and watch the rain quench our parched land.
I’ve been renovating all things chicken. We’ve been trimming trees to make room for more sun to shine through where the chickens are grazing. We are moving the chickens around and planting grass for them to graze on. I’ve made use of a homemade chicken tractor and I’m moving our newest flock around the orchard every day. We’re looking forward to lots of eggs come spring. We will notify you if you are on our Egg Subscription wait list as soon as they become available.
Back by popular demand – Deux Bakery’s Blueberry Walnut Multigrain Sourdough. Enjoy it on the side of a bowl of cauliflower leek soup in the company of your quaranteam.

With connective intention,

CSA Contains:
RED BEETS
LEEKS
GARNET YAMS from QUAIL H. FARMS
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
RED LEAF LETTUCE (you might receive green leaf or red butter as we don”t have enough of one variety this week)
BROCCOLI from SUNRISE ORGANICS
WHITE CAULIFLOWER
BUNCHED SPINACH
COLLARD GREENS
CARROTS
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, SALAD MIX, LACINATO KALE, TANGERINES, ITALIAN PARSLEY

JUICE FEAST:
RED BEETS
FUJI APPLES from GOPHER GLENN ORGANICS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
CELERY
BUNCHED SPINACH
COLLARD GREENS
CARROTS X2
LACINATO KALE
ITALIAN PARSLEY

JUST THE BASICS:
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
RED LEAF LETTUCE (you might receive green leaf or red butter as we don”t have enough of one variety this week)
BROCCOLI from SUNRISE ORGANICS
BUNCHED SPINACH
CARROTS
CAULIFLOWER

FRUIT EXPANSION: SATSUMA TANGERINS from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS and KIWI from WILD RIVER FARMS
LETTUCE of the WEEK: ROMAINE

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Week of January 13th

My dear community,

I’m taking this week’s blog to focus on something important to me, non-veggie but community related. If you thought the San Marcos Foothills were protected you were only partially right. I just thought the topic needed an intro For the past few months, the local community and CSA members have been working on trying to raise awareness about the impending development of the San Marcos Foothills Upper West Mesa (the base of highway 154 if you’re heading to the Valley). SMFoothills are the last grassland foothills that are publicly accessible from North Santa Barbara to Gaviota. Channel Islands Restoration is tasked with fundraising and Save San Marcos Foothills is spearheading a plan to buy the property from the owner and developer. We are running out of time as the road grading permit was approved on Dec. 17, 2020. We need more people to know about this wonderful place so more people are willing to donate. The CSA program has commited to make a donation and we hope you will too, if you are in a position to do so.

We are extending our CSA store hours until Monday evening at midnight to accommodate orders, with the exception of Deux Bakery bread orders which will remain Sunday at midnight (starting NEXT WEEK). Our CSA software will let you order bread until closing on Monday at midnight, but we will be monitoring orders and removing any bread that is ordered past cut-off. We hope this will come as a better service to you and your weekly meal planning.

With connective intention,

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
CILANTRO
GREEN BEANS
FENNEL
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
GREEN CURLY KALE
BUNCHED SPINACH
ROMANESCO CAULIFLOWER
BUTTERNUT SQUASH
BIG BOX ADD: FUJI APPLES, CARROTS, SALAD MIX, NAPPA CABBAGE, RED BEETS

FRUIT EXPANSION: FUJI APPLES and SATSUMA TANGERINES
Lettuce of the Week: ROMAINE

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS x2
CILANTRO
FENNEL
GREEN CURLY KALE
BUNCHED SPINACH
FUJI APPLES
RED BEETS
CELERY x2

BASICS BOX:
CARROTS
GREEN BEANS
SATSUMA TANGERINES from GLEN ANNIE ORGANICS
RED BUTTER LETTUCE
BUNCHED SPINACH
ROMANESCO CAULIFLOWER

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Week of January 6th

My dear community,

Happy 2021 everybody. 2020 was definitely a blurry mess, but here we are ready to welcome the new year. While we took a little break over the past two weeks I feel like the veggies did too. The cold weather and short days keeps them from getting big enough to pick. We are on the verge of a big cauliflower crop though, and I’m looking forward to having it in the boxes in the next few weeks. I drove up to Avila to grab a few pallets of freshly picked Fuji apples from Gopher Glenn Organics and I’m working on sourcing local tangerines for the upcoming weeks. The local orchard we source from a lot was sold and I had to make sure we can still have fruit in the future. I’m working on gathering more recipes and sharing on Instagram. Please continue to share with our community what you are doing with your CSA boxes so we can encourage new ideas by using the hashtag #somethinggoodorganics or tagging us @somethinggoodorganics.

Through your feedback, we’ve launched a new smaller box called our Basics Box. While we love loading up your fridge to the max and encouraging a plant based diet, we understand various household sizes vary and so do personal preferences. Our Basic Box will contain 6 items and the contents will be listed weekly along with the other boxes on our blog, as always. For reference, a regular box has 10 items and a large, 15. If this sounds like the best option for you, log into your account at www.farmigo.com/account/somethinggoodorganics, click on the “change” button next to your subscription and toggle between the sizes with at least 3 days advance notice.

Do you make new year’s resolutions? Intentions? Or have other January traditions? I have an annual word. Resilience is my word for 2021. I hope by setting this as my intention it will help ground me in my decision making and goal setting for the year. If there’s anything I’ve learned from 2020, it’s that anything can be done if we rally together.

With connective intention.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
BABY SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
RED LEAF LETTUCE
BROCCOLI from SUNRISE ORGANICS
RED BEETS
FUJI APPLES from GOPHER GLEN ORGANIC APPLE FARM
SATSUMA TANGERINES from HEATH RANCH
CELERY
ROMANESCO CAULIFLOWER
BIG BOX: GREEN CABBAGE, CILANTRO, ROMAINE LETTUCE, CARROTS, HASS AVOCADOS

FRUIT EXPANSION: SATSUMA TANGERINES from HEATH RANCH and FUJI APPLES from GOPHER GLEN ORGANIC APPLE FARM
Lettuce of the Week: Romaine Lettuce

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS
BUNCHED SPINACH
LACINATO KALE
RED BEETS
FUJI APPLES
SATSUMA TANGERINES
CELERY
GREEN CABBAGE
CILANTRO
ROMAINE LETTUCE

BASICS BOX:
CAULIFLOWER
CARROTS
BUNCHED SPINACH
SATSUMA TANGERINES
ROMAINE LETTUCE
HASS AVOCADOS

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Week of December 16th – See you in the New Year

My dear community,

*We have some blueberries available this week. If you’d like to add a carton (or two or three) onto your order just shoot me a quick email before the end of the day with BLUEBERRIES in the subject line.

This is a really hard year to wrap up. It may not be possible to summarize everything in a paragraph but here’s what I have to say. This time last year I was hunkering down with a brand new baby and family all around me. A year later our lives have completely turned upside down. As spring came with COVID it seemed impossible that Santa Barbara County could go into lockdown, but as it unfolded small businesses would struggle to survive and when you needed family and friends the most, they couldn’t be around to help. It’s been a huge awakening. I’m proud I’ve been able to use our CSA program to funnel food into the community where it’s needed most. I’ve increased donations to the charity Lunch on Me which not only feeds the homeless in LA, but reroutes organic food from the trash into the mouths of those in need. I’ve had the opportunity to speak up about the struggles our farm and small farms like ours face and build community and awareness around us. Even though some days I want to curl up into a ball and wish it away, most days I’m giving thanks for the HUGE amount of blessings we have. Your support has helped me move forward one step at a time.

A final reminder- we will be taking the next two weeks off to recoup and collaborate. I received a new clutch of baby chicks from Alchemist Farm, a Sebastopol, California hatchery doing everything sustainably, humanely and with 100% renewable clean energy. These new chicks will add more colorful eggs come Spring. I’m looking forward to the future of our fruit orchard as it starts to mature. 2021 will surely be filled with more challenges as our farm is forced to get smaller and find avenues for local distribution. If you’re reading this blog chances are you are already supporting small farms. I’m so grateful for YOU. We look forward to seeing you again starting January 6th, 2021.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS – loose
ROMAINE LETTUCE
HASS AVOCADOS
RED BEETS
GARNET YAMS
SATSUMA TANGERINES from Heath Ranch
LEEKS
GREEN CABBAGE
BUNCHED SPINACH
CILANTRO
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, RED LEAF LETTUCE, RED KOHLRABI, LACINATO KALE, BLUEBERRIES from BELLA VISA FARMS

FRUIT EXPASNION: FUJI APPLES from VIVA TIERRA and SATSUMA TANGERINES from Heath Ranch
Lettuce of the Week: Red Leaf

JUICE FEAST:
CARROTS
ROMAINE LETTUCE
RED BEETS
SATSUMA TANGERINES
BLUEBERRIES from BELLA VISTA
GREEN CABBAGE
BUNCHED SPINACH
CILANTRO
LACINATO KALE
CELERY

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Week of December 9th

My dear community,

As we quickly approach the official start of winter we’ve already experienced frost in Buellton. Temperatures in the high 20s to low 30s have taken out most of what was left of our summer crops. The mornings are so cold we have to wait until about 9 to pick because the crops are frozen. This doesn’t leave us with a great variety to choose from in our CSA boxes, but we still have the tastiest cabbage. We continue to grow crops and varieties specifically for flavor. Crops higher in natural sugars are harder to store on the shelf and ship across the country. But we continue to grow the sweetest because we can sell locally – that’s the goal. Thanks for supporting what we do.

50 more chickens are arriving on Thursday. They will be nestled in our barn and out of the elements while they grow big enough to roam free. I partnered up with Alchemist Farm in Sebastopol to buy chickens. They breed chickens to survive without vaccinations and we are going to have more colorful eggs come springtime. In a regular hatchery most males are killed right off the assembly line. The Alchemist Farm helps roosters live before they become food or given away to a good home. They are also just amazing people and I’m happy to be partnering with them.

As a reminder, we will be closed the last two weeks of December. We will close the 23rd of December and reopen on January 6th. If you are on our bi-weekly schedule A and you’d like to receive a box on January 6th, please make sure to reach out to me. Otherwise the system will divert your box to January 13th. I’m here to help if you have any questions or last minute needs.

Consider giving the experience of our CSA program to your loved ones. It’s simple to gift a box of fresh organic veggies and other local goodies to be delivered right to someone’s doorstep.

Be good to each other.

CSA Contains:
CARROTS
RED LEAF LETTUCE
SATSUMA TANGERINES
GREEN CABBAGE
BROCCOLI from Fresh Venture Farms
YELLOW ONIONS from Finley Farms
LACINATO KALE
BUNCHED SPINACH
CELERY
BUTTERNUT SQUASH
BIG BOX ADD: CARROTS, LITTLE GEM LETTUCE, RED BEETS, LEEKS, GREEN ZUCCHINI

Fruit expansion: Fuji Apples and Satsuma Tangerines
Lettuce of the Week: Little Gem

Juice Feast:
CSA Contains:
CARROTS
LITTLE GEM LETTUCE
FUJI APPLES
GREEN CABBAGE
LACINATO KALE
BUNCHED SPINACH
CELERY
RED BEETS
ITALIAN PARSLEY

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