C.S.A. this Week

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Here is the produce included in the Tierra Miguel Farms Consumer Supported Agriculture program this week. Check out the post on Tierra Miguel Farms and Consumer Supported Agriculture in San Diego Country if you don’t already know about this amazing biodynamic and organic farm and the weekly produce box they offer.  All the recipes mentioned in this weeks video are on the Recipe Page, a delicious collection of raw food recipes, vegetarian & vegan recipes, most of which are totally gluten free.  Complete details and a link to Raw Food Real World, the book suggested in this weeks video, are listed below.

Recipe Suggestions for this week’s C.S.A.

PRODUCE HOW I WILL USE IT…
radish Spicy Skin Saver
oranges chilled & sliced
carrots, cilantro, lettuce Thai Fresh Spring Rolls
grapefruits Grapefruit Slushy
spinach Greek Salad
beets Ginger Apple Beet juice
cilantro (if any left) Cilantro Pesto

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Recommended Reading…
As mentioned in this weeks CSA video, I love the style and easy going yet informative nature of the book Raw Food real World by Sarma Melngailis and Matthew Kenny.  My favorite part about the book is the juice section, not surprising if you follow this blog and have noticed my obsession with experimenting with new ways to drink my greens.  Their Spicy Skin Saver recipe was the instigator for some recipe testing in my kitchen.  Their recipe calls for 6 cups of grapes with seeds to bring the benefit of the grape seed oil.  Since I can’t seem to get my hands on organic grapes that have full sized seeds, I opted to sweeten my knock off with apples and add some organic grape seed oil. If I ever get to try this drink as it was originally intended, I will report back, but even my version came out tasty, and this is from a gal who is not the biggest radish fan.

And Remember…
Although it may be difficult to tell from our gorgeous weather here in San Diego, it is WINTER.  That is when C.S.A. shares are at their low.  Become a member and your share will grow with the gardens. As the weather warms, you will be rewarded for your commitment to support our local farmers here in San Diego with the highest quality produce available.

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