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September 20, 2016 Share

Red Leaf Lettuce (replacement for last week), Romaine Lettuce, Saladette/Cocktail Tomatoes/Cherry Tomatoes, Red Beefsteak Tomatoes, Acorn Squash, Festival Sweet Dumpling Squash, Zucchini/Summer Squash, Red and Yellow Onions, Swiss Chard. FRUIT SHARE – 1 bag mixed Gala Apples & Peaches

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Why Do I Juice? (with juice recipes)

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Why Do I Juice? Tabia Heywot, Member, Tuv Ha’Aretz CSA Tabia Heywot has been juicing for about 5 years and seeks more ways to incorporate juicing into her life, including using wheatgrass and garlic shots (from the garlic festival). She … Continue reading

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Japan’s CSAs: A Movement with Long Roots Patricia Welch, Member, Tuv Ha’Aretz CSA

September 6, 2016 In the 1980s, I was living in Kyoto Japan, teaching English at a private girls’ school and having the time of my life. Every day was an adventure: where the familiar became strange, and then familiar again … Continue reading

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September 6, 2016 Share

Photograph: Brian Gardner Hoashi VEGETABLES: Red Beefsteak Tomatoes, Mixed Saladette / Cocktail / Cherry Tomatoes, Batavian Lettuce, Swiss Chard, Red / Yellow Storage Onions, Red Beets, Zucchini / Summer Squash FRUIT: Peaches, Nectarines

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August 30, 2016 Share

photograph: Golden Earthworm farm Red Beefsteak Tomatoes, Mixed Saladette/Cocktail Tomatoes, Watermelon, Red Batavian Lettuce, Freshly-dug New Potatoes, Green Bell Peppers, Cucumbers, Zucchini/Summer Squash. FRUIT SHARE – 1 mixed bag of Apples & Pears

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Horiatiki, the Peasant Roots of Greek Salad

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Horiatiki, the Peasant Roots of Greek Salad Aglaia Kremezi It is curious how a salad called ‘horiatiki’ became such a hit in Athens and all over the country. The term may be translated as ‘from the village,’ or ‘peasant,’ a … Continue reading

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A Garden Poem, by Judy Trupin, Co-Chair, Tuv Ha’Aretz CSA

A Garden Poem, by Judy Trupin, Co-Chair, Tuv Ha’Aretz CSA Miraculous overgrown August garden is back Yellow sunflower heads peer out over waist-high chard and shoulder height dill beginning to seed. Sprawling tomato plants finger the extra-wide blades of grass. … Continue reading

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CSA Orchard Fruit

CSA Orchard Fruit Emilie Miayuchi, The Veggie Voice, Just Food 8/8/16 Now that we’re in the midst of summer along with long hot days, sandals, and sticky sidewalks, all the false starts we had leading into it seem distant. It’s … Continue reading

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What to Cook When It’s Too Darned Hot to Cook

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August 9, 2016 Thorin Klosowski, lifehacker.com It’s hard to get up the willpower to walk into the kitchen on a hot summer day. Just preheating an oven can feel like you’re upping the temperature in the house by 10 degrees. … Continue reading

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Falling Back in Love With My CSA

August 2, 2016 Maki Hoashi, Member, Tuv Ha’Aretz CSA When I first signed up, I had the impression that I’d get lots of fresh organic produce of superior quality that I could eat raw – so fresh!  so crisp! – … Continue reading

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