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Welcome to Forest Hills Tuv Ha’Aretz CSAWe are located at the Forest Hills Jewish Center in Queens, NY, and are part of an international network of Jewish Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs through Hazon, a Jewish organization dedicated to creating healthier and more sustainable communities. (Note that we warmly welcome both Jewish and non-Jewish members.) We are also associated with Just Food, an New York City-based initiative that links up organic farms with local communities looking to have access to sustainable food. To learn about the farms we get our delicious vegetables, fruit, eggs, flower, grain, bean, and flour from, click here to go to Our Partners page. Contact us with any questions! We hope to see you at pick ups on Wednesday evenings in the near future!
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Baby Watermelon, Red Tomatoes, Parsley, Cucumber, Green Batavian Lettuce, Sweet Corn, Red Potatoes
Sungold Cherry Tomatoes – These are the sweetest, most flavorful cherry tomatoes we can find. You don’t need a recipe…just enjoy! They are currently in rotation with baby watermelons. You’ll receive one OR the other this week and the other … Continue reading
Green Beans, Zucchini , Cucumbers., Sweet Corn , Swiss chard , Green Romaine Lettuce, Parsley, Cippllini Onions OR Walla Walla Onions
Green Beans, Zucchini, Cucumbers, Cipollini Onions, Red Batavian Lettuce, Kohlrabi
Fresh Garlic – Harvested just days ago, the skin is still fresh, so it’s a little harder to peel than you’re used to. You can let it sit out on the counter (at room temperature) to dry, or you can … Continue reading
Fennel, Zucchini, Cucumbers, Red Kale, Green Romaine Lettuce, Kohlrabi, Napa Cabbage – OR- Radicchio – ITEMS IN ROTATION — You’ll receive whichever item you didn’t receive last week! FOR SOME MEMBERS (In rotation, so if you don’t receive it this week, it will be coming next week!) … Continue reading
Kohlrabi – This is the green and purple bulb with leaves you’ll find in your box. What to do with it? Anything! Just peel it first — the bulb is the part you eat, although the leaves are perfectly edible … Continue reading
Baby Arugula – Super baby size, tender, melt-in-your-mouth! Don’t cook it at this size. Escarole – Looks like lettuce, but it’s not! It’s escarole, a member of the chicory family and well-loved in Italian cuisine. Quick Tip! The thicker, outer … Continue reading
In the box this week we are expecting Arugula, Red Radishes, Mustard Mix, Red Boston (Butter) Lettuce, Toscano Kale, Cilantro.