Tuesday October 17, week 20
Week #20 Full Shares
Cherry Peppers (HOT)
Green Leaf Lettuce
Red Leaf Lettuce
Week #20 SMALL SHARES
Green Leaf Lettuce
Mushroom: 1 bag- White Button Mushrooms Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm
Bread: 1 loaf- Super Seeded Made by See & Be Bakery
Fruit: Grown by Klein Kill Fruit Farm & Fix Bro.
Golden Delicous Apples- 9
Bosc Pears- 10
Storing Tips: (we have produce bags available on our marketplace)
Peppers: in the crisper drawer, or in a produce bag in the refrigerator.
Swiss Chard: rinsed and stored in your salad spinner or produce bag.
Garlic: stored in a cool dry place.
Onions: stored in a produce bag in the refrigerator, or in the crisper drawer.
Sweet Potatoes: stored dirty, in a cool dry place. Can be stored in the refrigerator in a paper bag.
Things To Remember:
Marketplace Ordering Deadlines is 12 pm every Friday.
Week #20 Dear CSA Member, Just three weeks left for the season. The final distribution date will be Oct. 31. If you have any IKEA fruit bags or extra boxes at home please don't forget to return them so you aren't storing them all winter. Also. don't forget to order any last-minute marketplace items for the winter months from the marketplace. We have a limited supply so stock up while you can. Any orders placed today will be coming the following week (#21). But, if you have your order in the items will be reserved for you. New in your shares this week are sweet potatoes! They will be coming dirty because they will last much longer this way. You will also be getting the last harvest of sweet peppers. This time of year they may have a spot here and there but the peppers are still so vibrant and beautiful that we knew you would enjoy another week of them. If you find a dark spot on your pepper simply cut it out and use the rest of the pepper. Sweet peppers are very easy to freeze as well if you choose to do that. And lastly some cherry peppers... and a reminder that they can be pretty spicy this time of year. We hope you enjoy the harvest! Candice for everyone at the farm
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