How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 7/23/17)

How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 7/23/17)

Bunch Carrots: It’s important to store your bunch carrots properly to prolong their freshness. To do so, twist the green tops off when you first get your box, otherwise the greens will keep drawing up moisture and nutrients from their “root” and you’ll get a rubbery dried out carrot. Carrots are one of the easiest…

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How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/12/17)

How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 2/12/17)

Baby Broccolini: Broccolini is a hybrid between broccoli and Chinese kale (not actually baby broccoli). It can be cooked much the same way as regular broccoli but is more tender and takes less maintenance. Simply chop off an inch or two from the stems and either bake in the oven or toss in a stir…

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How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 12/4/16)

How to Eat Your BOX! (Week of 12/4/16)

Baby Bok Choy: This Asian vegetable is in a class all on its own. It has a delicate and almost foam like texture and can be quite versatile. Try sautéing in a little olive oil and freshly minced garlic. To add more flavor you can use a combination of lemon and tarragon, or try soy…

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Fresh This Week Tips – Feb 22, 2011

BABY BOK CHOY – As far as cabbages go, baby bok choy are pretty irresistible! STORE: Place in a plastic bag — but do not close — and refrigerate for no more than three days. PREP: There is no need to cook the stalks and leaves separately – just wash the whole and drain and cut into…

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