This Week's Bag

This Week's Bag: Organic Green Chard From TBD Considered to be one of the more healthful and nutrient dense vegetables, chard is a vibrant and fun winter green to add to soups, stews and sautés. Any tough stems and ribs should be removed and cooked separately or discarded. Rich in…
This Week's Bag: Organic Collard Greens From JTF ORGANICS/TONASCIA FARMS, Hollister, CA A staple in Southern US cooking, collard greens are a relative of cabbage and broccoli and share the same nutritious one-two punch as kale. A good source of Vitamin C and fiber, collard greens are thought to have…
This Week's Bag: Organic Sweet Carrots From GALLARDO'S ORGANIC FARM, Salinas, CA Carrots are thought to have originated in Iran and Afghanistan. A distant relative of parsley, fennel and dill, carrots were originally raised for their aromatic leaves and seeds. Although delicious and satisfying when raw, carrots are actually better…
This Week's Bag: Organic Green Kale from JTF ORGANIC FARM, Hollister, CA Kale is a boon to lovers of year-round fresh green vegetables! In season during the coldest of months, kale makes a healthy addition soups or stews and as a sautéed side dish. Unlike the current popular vegetable cooking…
This Week's Bag: Organic Green Kale from JTF ORGANIC FARM, Hollister, CA Kale is a boon to lovers of year-round fresh green vegetables! In season during the coldest of months, kale makes a healthy addition soups or stews and as a sautéed side dish. Unlike the current popular vegetable cooking…
This Week's Bag: Organic Green Kale from JTF ORGANIC FARM, Hollister, CA Kale is a boon to lovers of year-round fresh green vegetables! In season during the coldest of months, kale makes a healthy addition soups or stews and as a sautéed side dish. Unlike the current popular vegetable cooking…
This Week's Bag: Organic Valencia OrangesThe Valencia orange is a large orange variety with a smooth and pebbled surface and a semi thick fragrant skin that is quite easy to peel. Its flesh, when ripe, is supremely sweet, juicy and tender. Though Valencia oranges' primary usage is for juicing, they…
This Week's Bag: Organic RapiniA relative of both the cabbage and the turnip, up until about thirty years ago, rapini was used in the US primarily for commercial animal feed. However, rapini has long been a favorite in traditional Italian and Asian cooking. With long bitter stalks, rapini's pungent flavor…
This Week's Bag: Organic Baby Bok ChoyBok Choy is native to China and has been cultivated for thousands of years. Sometimes known as Chinese chard cabbage and Chinese mustard cabbage, is a member of the cabbage family but does not form a head. Instead, bok choy grows pretty kelly green…
This Week's Bag: Organic Baby Bok ChoyBok Choy is native to China and has been cultivated for thousands of years. Sometimes known as Chinese chard cabbage and Chinese mustard cabbage, is a member of the cabbage family but does not form a head. Instead, bok choy grows pretty kelly green…
This Week's Bag: Organic Red Chard, MY BON APPETITEConsidered to be one of the more healthful and nutrient dense vegetables, chard is a vibrant and fun winter green to add to soups, stews and sautes. Any tough stems and ribs should be removed and cooked separately or discarded. Rich in…
This Week's Bag: Organic ChardWhile all chard leaves are green, the stems and ribs can vary from pale white to bright orange to fuchsia or deep red. Chard was given the name "Swiss Chard" to distinguish it from several varieties of spinach in early French seed catalogues. Considered to be…
This Week's Bag: Organic ArtichokesArtichokes are thought to have originated in North Africa, where they still grow wild today. They were introduced to the United States in the 19th century by French and Spanish immigrants. Artichokes can be enjoyed in a multitude of ways. To prepare artichokes leaves for a…
This Week's Bag: Organic Red ChardWhile all chard leaves are green, the stems and ribs can vary from pale white to bright orange to fuchsia or deep red. Chard was given the name "Swiss Chard" to distinguish it from several varieties of spinach in early French seed catalogues. Considered to…
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