Meal suggestions Pac Choi

Pac Choi is a highly nutritious asian green that can be used in many ways. Unlike other greens, Pac Choi has a mild taste, whether cooked or served raw. If you're not going to eat it right away, keep it a closed plastic bag on the refrigerator. It should last 2 or 3 days (before it wilts some) if properly stored. Pac Choi in Salads: simply cut the base of the Pac Choi and separate the leaves in cold water. Either spin the leaves in a salad spinner or Pat dry with paper towel. I like to roll the leaves up and cut them in thin strips including the stalks. Then just mix it in with your mixed lettuce for a power packed side dish. Cooked: I generally sauté almost everything in olive oil and garl

Farm Update - Monday evening March 30

We’re going to harvest tomorrow morning lettuces, kale and pac choi--and maybe one other thing if its ready. If it’s good for you we’ll plan on delivering to you Tuesday afternoon between 3:00 and 5:00. Even though our spring season is still some weeks away we want to be sure and get fresh nutritious food to you during these stressful times. All are super vegetables in terms of being full of good health. They’re best eaten uncooked but we often stir fry kale in olive oil and eat as a meal side dish. The pac choi is so tasty and was such a hit with all our members last fall. Let us know if you need any help on making the most of these veggies. We can help! IMPORTANT! Here’s how we plan on de

Friday Farm Update

Finally we get a day with no rain and even some drying of our beds. It feels so good. We'll harvest tomorrow lettuces, turnips, spinach and one other thing: either cabbage, kale or radishes. Here's some pictures below of what they look like today before harvesting tomorrow. Let us know if you'd like us to drop off some of these goodies for your healthy eating in the next week. Just text our message to you with a yes. Put a cooler out and we'll be by between 3:00 and 5:30 on Saturday. We're working non-stop now to finish getting beds ready for the spring (and summer) crops. Seedlings are growing and we keep planting more each day. We'll stop long enough to do a complete update this weekend.

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