Posts Tagged ‘#eatfresh’

Cauliflower Rice with Veggies

Cauliflower rice is a fantastic low carb solution for those craving a rice dish, but trying to reduce carbohydrate intake. It’s quick and easy and quite tasty! Add sautéed veggies to the mix and you have a side dish that goes with Asian dishes or it can be a meal by itself! Sauté chopped onion […]

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Favorite Cucumber Snack Recipe

This week I’m sharing my new FAVORITE snack recipe. It’s so popular at my house that I make a batch everyday!! It’s super simple, and a yummy way to utilize those CSA cucumbers ! You will need – 1-2 Cucumbers Large Canning Jar Rice Vinegar Sesame seeds Oil (I use sunflower) Salt & Pepper (I […]

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Aruga-what?!

This summer has been a crash course for me in what vegetables actually look like, cook like, and what those “exotic” veggies in the grocery store actually taste like. I’ll admit, I’m fond of just sticking to what I know in the food department. I rarely scoop up anything that isn’t in the bargain bin […]

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Sauteed Swiss Chard is Oh, So Yummy

I don’t know about you, but I am really enjoying all the fresh greens we’ve been getting in our shares…. they are so super healthy & delicious!! Last week I made sauteed collard greens & beet greens, and it was one of my favorite dishes of the week. I boiled the collard greens and beet […]

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Get Your Greens On

It’s collard greens season at Herb and Plow Farms, and that’s great news for our CSA group!!  Not only are collard greens super nutritious, but they can be super delicious, so that makes them a win/win super food!! I did a little research on the benefits of adding collard greens to our diet and found […]

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Savory Kale Salad w/ Grilled Chicken

Ingredients: Kale, olive oil, honey, sea salt, pine nuts or any you prefer (sliced almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds, etc), raisins or dried cranberries, raw garlic (optional) or dash of garlic powder. Place kale in bowl after removing the stems and shredding into bite sized pieces. Drizzle with olive oil and a little honey, sprinkle with […]

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You Can’t Beat Beets !

It’s true!! Beets are a super food with many health benefits. They are high in many vitamins & minerals including potassium, magnesium, fiber, phosphorus, iron, vitamins A, B, & C , beta-carotene, beta-cyanine, folic acid, etc…. Beets cleanse the body. They are a wonderful tonic for the liver, purify the blood, and help prevent various […]

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Home made ‘V8’

Home made V8  This is where my excess romaine went this week! I just couldn’t use the huge amount so today I threw it into the blender with a couple tomatoes and drank my lunch! You can make it any variety you want but here is what I used from my CSA: 1 and 1/2 large […]

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I’m so excited and I just can’t hide it….

Excited is a mild word to describe how I feel about the start of CSA season 2015….ecstatic might be a better word (it means “expressing overwhelming happiness”) !! This is my second year to host a pick-up location, and I’ve been counting down the days to the season’s start.  How wonderful it was to see […]

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