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Week #2, Tuesday June 16

Thanks to WVCSA members for your patience as we figure out the new systems needed in this 2020 season!

Here's what you will find in your box of vegetables on June 16:

Red Curly Kale

Green Tropicana Lettuce

Red Sails Lettuce

Garlic Scapes


Chinese Napa Cabbage


Sage- Salvia Edible Flowers

Optional Shares

Mushroom: Oyster- Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm

Fruit Shares: Starts the 5th week of delivery.

*There are some new items in your share this week.

Please use this produce ID photo series for help unpacking your box! CLICK HERE

Kale: You can simply saute with garlic and eat as a side or try a cool Kale Salad Lettuce: Check out a few Lettuce Ideas Garlic Scapes: Farm Favorite Garlic Scape Pesto Mizuna: Toss in a salad or Spicy Peanut Sauce Chinese Napa Cabbage: More Recipes Purslane: Rich in Omega 3s with a lemony taste Learn More Sage-Salvia Edible Flowers: Use sage as normal or try Fried Sage Flowers OPTIONAL SHARES: Oyster Mushrooms (can use garlic scapes in this recipe): Oyster Mushrooms Garlic & Green Onions

Storing Tips:

  • Lettuce / Mizuna- Rinsed in a well-drained salad spinner in the refrigerator.

  • Kale- In a damp cloth in the refrigerator OR in a well-drained salad spinner in the refrigerator.

  • Chinese Napa Cabbage- Rinsed and stored in the refrigerator.

  • Garlic Scapes- In the refrigerator crisper drawer.

  • Sage- Hang to dry OR place in a cup of water to keep fresh in the refrigerator. (lasts a few days in the fridge, lasts longer when dried)

  • Purslane- In a damp cloth in the refrigerator OR in a well-drained salad spinner in the refrigerator.

Things To Remember:

  • Fruit Shares begin the fifth week of delivery.

  • Bulk Mushrooms- 12 pm the FRIDAY before your delivery.

  • All other Marketplace Items- 1 pm the day before your delivery.

Dear CSA Member, We hope you enjoyed this first week's harvest and the idea of the boxed shares. Here on the farm, we have one week of boxing CSA shares under our belt as we adjust to the new system of the boxed shares. Along with that, we have been planting fall crops such as spinach, sweet potatoes, kale, and more. Yesterday we were lucky enough to have a rainstorm and the plants are just soaking it up!

Thursdays are the farmer's day of rest and we were very thankful to enjoy the much-needed rain yesterday morning.

Sincerely, Candice for Everyone at Stoneledge Farm

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