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Show Us How You Eat Your Veggies!
We love shout-outs from our Farm Share members, but what we really love is seeing all the great ways you use all of the delicious produce you get each week.
Check our what Farm Share member Brian, a.k.a. The Sophisticated Caveman, posted Wednesday! Check out Brian's Instagram @sophiscticatedcaveman to see what healthy and delicious meals he's posting using Global Growers Farm Share produce!
Partner Product: Georgia Sourdough Co.
After 25 years in the restaurant business, Baker Tracy Gribbon understands the importance of clean healthy food. Beginning with a process as old as time itself, Georgia Sourdough Co. crackers are all made using the same starter that has been used from day one. Handmade from scratch the crackers are rolled, baked and sliced into crackers each shaped as unique as the next.
- Pac Choi
- Mustard Greens
- Bitter Ball Eggplant
- Partner Product: Georgia Sourdough Co.*
*If you have dietary restrictions please email email@example.com for an alternate partner product
What is it?: Bitter Ball
Bitter ball, as it name describes, is a bitter variety of eggplant. The small, round vegetable is grown throughout Southeast Asia, it's bitterness can be used to flavor a variety of dishes and condiments. The bitterness of the vegetable can be offset using other vegetables and spices or added to a curry made with coconut cream. It can be pickled as well. On a Saturday, it's not uncommon to find the farmers and their families enjoying bitter ball as a snack while on the farm!
Like other eggplants, it should be stored in a cool, dry place and used within three or so days.
What's Cooking?: Summer Veggie Frittata
Go ahead and add this versatile and delicious frittata recipe to your weekend plans. What's really great about this recipe is the fact that it uses actual veggies from this summer's Farm Share!