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What’s in the Boxes: Week 30, Regular Season 18

22 October

Large ShareBox
Apples, Gala
Arugula
Broccoli OR Cauliflower
Cabbage, Savoy
Carrots
Cilantro
Collards OR Kale
Dry-farmed Tomatoes +
Lettuce – deer dined on the crop; no substitute
Onions, Bunching
Radishes
Summer Squash

Medium ShareBox
Apples, Gala
Arugula
Beets
Broccoli OR Cauliflower
Cabbage, Napa
Cilantro
Collards OR Kale
Dry-farmed Tomatoes +
Lettuce – deer dined on the crop; no substitute
Onions, Bunching
Small ShareBox
Apples, Gala
Broccoli OR Cauliflower
Cabbage, Savoy
Carrots
Cilantro
Collards OR Kale
Dry-farmed Tomatoes
Lettuce – deer dined on the crop; no substitute
Radishes

 

 

Extra Fruit Option: Gala and Fuji Apples, Pineapple Guavas, Strawberries OR Raspberries, and Haas Avocados (Marsalisi Farm)

Bread Option: This week’s bread type is 3-Seed Whole Wheat Sourdough

Bi-weekly Egg Schedule: This is an EVEN WEEK of the Season. Take eggs only if your delivery schedule is Bi-weekly EVEN. And always check to see if they are listed by your name before taking any. Thank you!

Please read our Pick-up Protocol and Policies <<– These are very important!

Dry-farmed Tomatoes

Delicate fruit items like berries and cherry tomatoes are outside the box in bulk “flats” or bags. Please take only the number of items listed by your name on the checklist. The fruit items in the share boxes do change, so please USE THE CHECKLIST EVERY WEEK. Taking extra items or items not listed by your name shorts those members picking up after you.

Though we do our best to give you an accurate projection, predicting the items in the boxes is a bit like predicting the weather, so occasionally content will differ from this list (typically we make a substitution). Quantities of certain items may be more in the larger shares (indicated by + or ++). For any items not from our farm, we identify the source in parentheses.

Please read our Pick-up Protocol and Policies <<– These are very important!