Fresh, hand-grown fruits and vegetables from a local farming initiative (CSA) are a treat, but what happens when you get three potatoes, a radish, and a pound of kale? We break down what to do with any and all of your veggies.
Great article on the benefits of joining a CSA. CSAs (community supported agriculture programs) provide a direct link between local farmers and consumers by allowing members to purchase a share of a farmer’s crop before it’s produced each season.
Hakurei turnips are a farm and CSA member favorite! Also called salad turnips, Hakurei turnips are a mild-tasting Japanese turnip. In the summer months the the turnips will have the greens attached in the CSA share boxes. The delicate turnip …read more →