With the swamp of activity came some new knowledge. Many veggies are very durable if handled well. The spinach we got over a week ago is still viable. I washed it in my salad spinner and left it in the spinner in the refrigerator; I am amazed and pleased. Also, the Evert-Fresh Green Bags are indeed a veggie lifesaver. I have chard from a week or two ago that is also viable. If you consider a CSA, I whole-heartedly recommend investing in these bags.
This week's bag included the following:
- Green Cababge
- Salad Mix
- Baby Carrots
- Teenaged Yellow Carrots
- Erbette Chard
- Spigariello, 1 Bunch
- Mystery item
All challenges aside, I still strongly support the concept of CSAs. Beyond the fruits and vegetables received, I believe locally produced organic food is good for the planet. With good tools, like a salad spinner and the vegetable bags, you honestly can let things set awhile.
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Spigariello delicious. I chopped it up, steamed it, then added it an already sauteed garlic and crushed red pepper in olive oil. Then served it over pasta. It was yummy.
I agree that it's hard to use up the box, especially in my household where it's just...well, me :) But I've been storing my greens in plastic containers and most everything else in perforated plastic bags and so far nothing's really spoiled. Not sure what to do with all the lettuce though...ReplyDelete