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The rain made the strawberries fragile and soggy, but still delicious. We will have to eat them quickly though. Luckily the greens were picked before the deluge, so are clean and dry. Broccoli is so large right now that the rain can’t ruin it, and the root veggies hold up well in the rain. The blackberries held up surprisingly well. Still, our CSA share was smaller than usual this week. How much of our agriculture depends upon the weather? How will our farms be affected by our changing climate?
This week’s veggies:
Asian stir-fry mix (Mizuna/Tatsoi)
Carrots (new crop; baby and bunched)
Radishes (2 large bunches)
Leftovers: Purple & green cabbage, lettuce, green & almost-dry garlic, onions
Salads: lettuce, carrots, radishes
Broccoli-Carrot-Asian Stirfry mix stirfry
Tuscan style spinach & arugula with green garlic
Chocolate dipped strawberries
Veggie pasta with onions, garlic, veggie crumbles
Herbed or honeyed carrots
Leftover cabbage: slow cooker braised cabbage: for sure this week!