Sustainably Farmed Food Shares for the week of
October 13, 2022
Celery Root* • Red Onions* • Cauliflower* • Baby Turnips* • Valencia Oranges* • Sorrel* • Mixed Cherry Tomatoes*
Vegan Produce* • Vintage Cheddar
Vegan Produce* • Canyon Meadows Ranch New York Steaks** • Vintage Cheddar
Omnivore Share Plus
Vegan Produce • Canyon Meadows Ranch Top Sirloin** • Vintage Cheddar
Vegan Produce • Christiansen’s St Louis Style Pork Ribs** • BK Family Farms Eggs**
Meat Only Share
Canyon Meadows Ranch Rump Roast**
Add-ons and Upgrades
Specialty Grocery Add-on
Hachiya Persimmons* • Abate Fetel Pears*
Ocelot Sea Salt
In-House, Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice*
Sorrel is a leafy green vegetable grown for its pleasantly tart, lemony flavor. Sorrel makes an excellent puree, for sauces or soup. Complimentary flavors include, hard aged cheeses, cream, eggs, fish, caviar, oysters, lentils, potatoes, spinach, onion, shallot, mustard, parsley, tarragon, mint, chervil and nutmeg. It is recommended to only use a stainless steel knife when cutting sorrel, and to refrain from cooking in metal pots all together as its high acid content discolors and erodes metal cookware. Garden sorrel is an ingredient on Essiac tea, an anti-cancer treatment originally formulated by the Ojibwa Indians and still taken today. It inhibits cancer cell growth by eliminating free radicals in the body as well as offering antibacterial properties which kill E. coli and other harmful germs.
Quicke’s Vintage Cheddar
This Vintage Cheddar is handcrafted using milk from grass-fed cows, clothbound & naturally matured, typically for 24 months. This process creates a rich, intense cheese with a delightfully crumbly texture & huge depth of flavor from umami to buttery, to salted caramel.
Located in Bosia, between Alba and Cortemilla in northern Italy, Caseficio dell’Alta Langa is a medium-scale cheesemaking operation that specializes in the production of cheeses made to traditional Italian recipes, but within a modern facility. With its unmistakable squared shape and its intense scents, at the palate is delicate and smooth and tasty as well. Its creamy heart reveals nice butter and hay flavors, while its tender and slightly moldy rind gives underbrush sensations
We are HUGE fans of Fremont Beans at our store. Fremont Beans were previously unknown to modern man, a seed that extinct for thousands of years. During an archaeological dig at a Fremont site in Southwestern Utah in the 1960s, this bean was discovered in a piece of ancient pottery. Fremont People, native inhabitants of the area until approximately 800 years ago, are the name sake for these remarkable beans. It was successfully sprouted and reproduced and preserved for consumption. Since then, just one farmer had been growing Fremont Beans in Utah, Darin Worden. We loved carrying the beans that he grew, but unfortunately last year their farm went out of business. We were devastated to lose our access to Fremont Beans and a piece of history of this region, but luckily, Darin’s brother picked up farming Fremont Beans in Eastern Colorado. We’re so grateful to continue carrying these beans in our shop to share them with our Utah community! Try them in soups, grain bowls, chilis, and more!