Graffiti Eggplant, KM 39, Montgomery’s Cheddar, Amano 55% Raspberry Rose Dark Chocolate, & Red Boat Umami Salt

Sustainably Farmed Food Shares for the week of
July 4, 2024



Vegan Share

Yellow Potatoes* • Leeks* • Graffiti Eggplant.* • Jalapeño* • Green Leaf Lettuce* • Dino Kale* • Blackberries* • Strawberries*

Vegetarian Share

Vegan Produce* • KM 39 by Mitica

Omnivore Share

Vegan Produce* • Christensen’s Pork Chops** • KM 39

Omnivore Share Plus

Vegan Produce • Christensen’s Lamb for Stew Meat & Ground Pork** • KM 39

Paleo Share

Vegan Produce • Canyon Meadow’s Ribeye Steak** • High Desert Ranch Eggs**

Meat Only Share

Christensen’s Lamb Shoulder**

Add-ons and Upgrades


Specialty Grocery Add-on

Red Boat Umami Salt

Cheese Upgrade

Montgomery’s Cheddar by Neals Yard Dairy

Fruit Add-On

Fuji Apples* + Black Mission Figs*


Chocolate Add-on

Amano, Raspberry Rose Dark Chocolate, 55% Cocoa

Eggs Add-on

High Desert Ranch Eggs**

Juice Add-on

In-House, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice*

*  = Organic

** = Locally sourced

Item Highlights

Graffiti Eggplant

Graffiti eggplant, also known as “Sicilian eggplant,” is recognized by its distinctive purple and white streaked skin. They are apart of the nighshade family and this specific variety is smaller and rounder compared to the standard globe eggplant. Its history is deeply rooted in Mediterranean cuisine, particularly in Italy, but have been cultivated for thousands of years, with origins tracing back to India and China . They were introduced to Europe in the Middle Ages by the Arabs. Over time, different regions developed their own varieties, leading to the diverse range we see today, including the graffiti eggplant. The name “graffiti eggplant” reflects its unique, art-like skin pattern and have a tender flesh with a mild and slightly sweet flavor. They contain fewer seeds than other varieties, which contributes to their less better taste and creamy which is perfect for blending in to dips and spreads. throw it on the grill, or saute with a white miso glaze for something different on the dinner table.

KM 39 by Mitica

The name KM 39 refers to its location along the Camino. This cheese is deeply connected to its homeland, showcasing a distinct environmental factors through the use of proprietary cultures, local molds, and fresh milk from grass-fed cows.

KM 39 is a specialty Alpine cow’s milk cheese that is aged for up to 18 months. Its granular texture, intense aromas of fruit and toasted bread, and flavor notes of pineapple, banana, and caramel, along with the finishing notes of chestnuts and walnuts, are what make KM 39 special.

Montgomery’s Cheddar

Neal’s Yard Dairy Montgomery’s Cheddar is crafted from fresh cow’s milk curds from Montgomery Farm in Somerset, England. Each wheel is hand-formed, wrapped in linen, and rubbed with lard before aging for 18 months. They use raw Holstein-Friesian cow’s milk, produced year-round, to make their Montgomery’s Cheddar. Neal’s Yard Dairy tests each individual wheel of cheese to ensure it meets their standards. The flavors are rich and brothy with hints of earthiness and a savory aftertaste.

Red Boat Umami Salt

After moving to the United States, Cuong Pham longed to recreate the flavors of his childhood in Saigon. Unable to find the intensely fragrant first-press fish sauce, nước mắm nhĩ, in San Francisco’s Asian markets, Cuong decided to make his own. In 2011, he founded Red Boat Fish Sauce and returned to Vietnam to expand a small, family-run facility on Phú Quốc, an island famous for its exceptional fish sauces.

Cuong partnered with expert fishermen, adhering to centuries-old fermentation traditions. Today, Red Boat Fish Sauce remains committed to quality, transparency, and sustainability. With no additives, preservatives, or flavor enhancers, Red Boat continues to produce the purest fish sauce on earth.

Red Boat’s Umami salt is infused with their famous fish sauce which adds a natural touch of umami to any dish with just a sprinkle. 

Amano, Raspberry Rose Dark Chocolate, 55% Cocoa

Amano Artisan Chocolate is a local family-run company based out of Orem, Utah. Amano means “by hand,” and “they love,” in Italian, which serves as the motto for their chocolate production, utilizing traditional techniques. Amano ethically sources small batch beans from locations like Venezuela, Dominican Republic, and Ecuador. Here you will encounter not just the famous flavors of their dark chocolate made with Ecuadorian beans. You’ll also find raspberries and rose petals ground and smoothly mixed with dark chocolate. Small bits of sugar crystals give a satisfying crunch in your mouth. 

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