I've been searching for a natural veggie wash recipe. Truth be told, I'm pretty bad about washing vegetables as I'm known to just run it quickly under water and consider it clean. Obviously there are many problems with this. So I've gone to the grocery store to find some vegetable washes, but everything I find
All CSA members should have received an email today from Sue listing the anticipated share for Thursday. They are anticipating having cilantro, kale, kohlrabi, cabbage, beets, ,broccoli, onions, peas, green beans, lettuce, spinach, radish, swiss chard, thyme and parsley. I am really looking forward to this, especially because I am an herb junkie. Sue has some
I am horrible at making summertime drinks. It doesn't matter if it's tea, lemonade, or some combination of the two. It always ends up either too bitter or too sweet. And then I found this recipe for beet lemonade. The beets round out the taste of the lemons, and even though I didn't add enough
So we got our second share today, and I'm so excited to try some new recipes. We have been having a problem recently with my younger two (ages 2 and 4) and green things. They are all for peas and usually broccoli and almost any frozen vegetable, but we have a lot of problems with
So we were so excited to go get our first pick up from the CSA yesterday. As I mentioned in my previous post, we are new to this whole experience, so we weren't really sure what to expect. Everything went great though. My four year old especially had fun picking which veggie bundles she wanted.
My name is Amanda Knapp, and I am going to be blogging for Spring Bluff's CSA this summer. I figured I would tell you a little bit about myself as we start on this journey. I am a writer and a stay at home mom to three girls ages 2-7. Prior to becoming a mom,