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Join Us For Our Fall Farm Celebration!

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We want to say thank you to all of our Farm Share members and invite you our to Bamboo Creek Farm on Saturday, October 27th for a festive fall afternoon. We will be serving warm cider, light snacks, and giving an exclusive farm tour. Bring along your friends and family and come hang with us!

Please RSVP by October 22nd and let us know how many folks you will be bringing along.


Partner Product: Lupa’s Kitchen Kombucha

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Lupa’s Kitchen Kombucha is a living health drink made by fermenting tea and sugar with the kombucha culture. The culture is often referred to as a “scoby” (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeasts). Through the culturing process, there is a reduction of sugar and a release of friendly and beneficial bacteria, filling kombucha with loads of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and health-giving organic acids.

Lupa’s Kitchen founder Lupa Irie, ND has been brewing organic kombucha since the early ‘90’s, selling it locally in the Atlanta area since 2010 and is now a proud member of Kombucha Brewers International!


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What’s Komatsuna?

Commonly known as ‘Japanese mustard spinach’, komatsuna has been grown in Japan since the 18th century. It gets its name from the area in present-day Tokyo near the Komatsu-gawa River. It is a leafy green with a flavor has been variously described as a mustard-spinach cross, or mild-mustard cabbage. But komatsuna is neither a spinach or a mustard, though it is a member of the brassica family. It is high in calcium, vitamins A and C, and contains more iron than spinach. It is best eaten steamed, lightly boiled or added to a stir-fry.


 Recipe from dontwastethecrumbs.com

Recipe from dontwastethecrumbs.com

I love roasted veggies, but its good to branch out from time to time. This recipe changes it up for those looking for another way to enjoy the fall bounty!

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