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Arugula to Zucchini: Nama Farm 2011 Veggies

Posted by Nate Peyman on November 26, 2011 at 4:25 PM

Please share your faves -- what you wanted more of, and what was too much.

Would you like more customization? 

More consistency? 

More variation? 

Let us know what would make it better for you!  Thanks.


 

Here's a list of veggies we gave the CSA in summer and fall shares:

Summer Shares

mesclun mix  .  .  .  lettuce mix  .  .  .  braising mix  .  .  .

green onions  .  .  .  radishes  .  .  .  arugula  .  .  .  chives  .  .  .

parsley  .  .  .  sage  .  .  .  cilantro  .  .  .  lovage  .  .  .

kale  .  .  .  chard  .  .  .  spinach  .  .  .  head lettuce  .  .  .

lemon balm  .  .  .  mint  .  .  .  chamomile  .  .  .  oregano  .  .  .

sugar snap/ snow peas  .  .  .  zucchini  .  .  .  cucumbers  .   .   .

garlic  .  .  .  shallots  .  .  .  turnips . . .  basil  .  .  .  dill  .  .  . 

cherry tomatoes  .  .  .  beans  .  .  .  summer squash  .  .  .

beets  .  .  .  onions  .  .  .  carrots . . .  potatoes  .  .  .

and last but not least:   Large Heirloom Tomatoes!

Additions in Fall Shares

peppers  .  .  .  eggplants  .  .  .  tomatillos

winter squash  .  .  .  leeks  .  .  .  celery  .  .  . 

cabbage  .  .  . 

This covers it for the most part.  Not a bad list, huh?


Categories: CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)

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2 Comments

Reply Rebecca
1:11 PM on January 19, 2012 
I think we'd like to have just ONE subscription during the growing season, not split up between summer and fall. I like all the produce with the exception of braising mixes.
I'm indifferent about the kale. I very much liked the salad greens. I wish I could remember which recipes I liked better than others, but I forgot to make a note. I think I did like the tomato sauces and the tomato relishes. I found the baked applesauce to be too intense w/ the aromatic spices. In all, I'd probably prefer more produce to more baked or canned goods.
Reply Ama Hannan
5:50 PM on January 5, 2012 
We should do more of those pointed Cafax Cabbages from England honey! And the Roman Candle tomatoes... and more peppers!! hot and sweet, I want to do more Islander hot varieties, as well as African, Mexican, Italian ...oh, and lets try that Middle Eastern eggplant! I love to order seed from our buddy Tom at High Mowing, so lets get the seed discount through their seed CSA program.
love,
Farmer Ama

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