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Hello Members!

May is quickly upon us but there’s still plenty of time to get your tickets for our 2018 Toast to the Culture in Agriculture event!

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  • Carrots
  • Kale
  • Pac Choi  
  • Hakurei Turnips
  • Arugula
  • Green Garlic
  • Mushrooms
  • Partner Product: Banner Butter

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Partner Product: Banner Butter

While industrial scale butters are made with unripened cream and added "natural" flavoring, Banner Butter, a small-batch butter, is made with patiently-cultured cream from hormone-free, grass-fed cows with no added flavoring. You’ll want to put it on and in everything.


Storage Tips- Mushrooms 

Mushrooms stored or wrapped in plastic tend to become slimy and spotted. To keep your mushrooms fresh longer, store them unwashed in an open paper bag in the main compartment of your refrigerator. The mushrooms will love the extra air circulation and the paper bag will help absorb any moisture. Before cooking, using a damp cloth or paper towel to remove any dirt instead of running them under water like you do with most veggies. 


What's Cooking?

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This weeks bounty is practically begging to be all tossed together for a simple and delicious stir fry! Chop your pac choi and turnips. Shred your carrots. Slice your mushrooms and green garlic. Heat up your favorite cooking oil in a skillet (your Oliver Farm Sunflower oil would do nicely!) and toss it all in. I would suggest cooking your pac choi stems first and then adding in the leafier parts at the end. Make a sauce with a chili paste, soy sauce, and a little lime. Throw that into the mix. Serve over rice and/or add a runny fried egg on top and you're good to go!

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