csa share 12/02/10

by Stacy

Wow, NaBloPoMo is hard. This might be the last year I participate — it’s so much for you to read! I got behind on reading all the blogs I enjoy so that I could post to mine. A good exercise, but three years in a row might be enough.

One last quick reminder to sign up for my newsletter! I’m sending this first one on Friday.

Also, I realized that we’ve had our CSA for over a year. It sort of fun to look back at the produce we’ve had and how many photos of Swiss chard I’ve taken in that time.

What was in the box this week?

csa share 12/02/10

csa share 12/02/10

csa share 12/02/10

csa share 12/02/10

csa share 12/02/10

More greens for the fridge and less daylight for photos.

We’ve had mustard and collard greens before, but the sorrel and dandelion greens are new! Almost all Americans could use more dark leafy greens in their diets. Bitter ones like dandelion greens and arugula aid with digestion, and all of them are great sources of of fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

When we first got the CSA boxes full of greens I was at a bit of a loss. Now I get confused when we don’t have some type of greens in the fridge to toss into dinner.

Do you eat lots of leafy greens? What is your favorite way to prepare them?

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Paige @ The Gravy Boat December 3, 2010 at 7:13 am

I really, really want to like sprouts but the texture is totally weird to me (umm…kind of like hair?). I’m going to have to start blending them up or something :)


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