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Global Growers will be at Fernbank Museum!

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Our team will be hanging out at Fernbank Museum of Natural History on July 7th and August 4th as part of their FOOD-ology Day, inspired by their newest exhibition, FOOD: Our Global Kitchen! We will be there with vegetables from our farm and sharing what Global Growers Network is all about. Come taste some delicious food, participate in demonstrations, and learn more about where your food comes from!


Partner Product: Chinese Southern Belle 

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Natalie Keng is the Founder and Owner of Chinese Southern Belle, a company whose sauces blend classic Asian flavor with traditional Southern ingredients. Natalie's background in good food is one that extends through both generations and continents, and pays homage to the way that food can connect people of different cultures, ethnicities, and backgrounds. All of her sauces are made right here in Atlanta! 


Small Share

Large Share

  • Eggplant
  • Summer Squash
  • Long Beans
  • Onion
  • Okra
  • Mushrooms
  • Tomatoes
  • Cucumber
  • Partner Product: Chinese Southern Belle Peach Sauce

Storage Tips:

Eggplant

Eggplant is one of those vegetables that does best if used within a couple of days after harvesting, so think about using it soon after you bring it home. They prefer a temperature of around 50°F so try keeping them somewhere cool and dry. Wrap them in a paper towel and put in an unsealed container or produce bag. Can't get to your eggplant in time? Don't worry, it freezes great! 

Okra

Do not wash okra until you are ready to use it. To keep okra fresh longer wrap it in paper towel a store it in a paper bag in the vegetable drawer in your refrigerator. Make sure you use your okra within a few days.  


What's Cooking?

Stir-Fried Long Beans

An easy and super delicious way to enjoy your long beans for any meal. Make extra and store them in your fridge to add to salads for the rest of the week! 

 recipe from steamykitchen.com

recipe from steamykitchen.com

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