Navel Oranges These juicy treats are from Twin Girls Farm near Fresno and are QAI (Quality Assurance International) certified organic.  Stores well in fridge.  Peel and enjoy!

Tangerines OR  Grapefruit These delicious citrus are from our orchard!  The tangerines have a deep, intense flavor and the grapefruit are deliciously sweet.  They may be a bit harder to peel, but are definitely worth the effort!  These last better if they are stored in the crisper of the fridge

Dandelion Greens These nutritious greens are slightly bitter in taste and add depth to a salad or saute and are a tasty welcome to soups.  From our transitional fields meaning it is not (yet) certified organic.  Please contact us with questions about transitional produce & organic certification; we’re happy to explain how we keep the items separate. We’ll be able to have the parcel certified sometime this month!  Store in plastic in fridge and wash well before eating.

Stir-Fry Mix Bright and beautiful!  From our transitional fields (see dandelion greens above) and is not (yet) certified organic. Chop and sautee in olive oil or butter for a lovely side-dish.  Also tasty raw.  Store in plastic bag in fridge and wash well before using.

Savoy Cabbage This beautiful head of cabbage with it’s crinkly leaves, is amazingly sweet with a more delicate flavor than other cabbage varieties. Try wrapping fish in the leaves and steaming or stuffing with rice, potatoes, or ground meat.  It adds a little something lovely to soups and it a great addition left raw in salads.  Keep in crisper and wash before eating.

Leeks These large alliums are rather mild in flavor and simply melt to perfection when sauteed.  Use in soups, stir-fry, or in place of onions in other dishes for a delicious and more subtle flavor.  The green tops are great for making stock! Store in fridge and wash very well before using.

Green Garlic This young garlic has a milder and less bitter bite than garlic cloves and sweetens when cooked and can also be eaten raw.  This may look similar to the young onions, but has flat leaves with v-shaped cross sections.  From our transitional fields (see dandelion greens above) and is not (yet) certified organic.  Store in fridge and use within a week.  Enjoy!

Celery Root/ Celeriac This delightful veggie is related to celery but has a tender texture and delicate flavor. Toss into soups or stews. Great on its own as well. Perfect in a roasted root veggie dish! Also is great when mashed alone or mixed with potatoes and sweet potatoes. Yum!  Store in fridge in crisper and wash before eating.

Apples These apples are from Smit Orchards in Linden, CA and are certified organic.  Keep in the fridge or on the counter (depending on how you like them) and wash before consuming.

Carrots Enjoy these sweet and crunchy treats. From our transitional fields (see dandelions above) and is not (yet) certified organic.  Remove greens from roots before putting in fridge.  Try juicing a small amount of the greens with your carrots for a little extra green flavor and more vitamins.  Store in plastic bag and wash well before eating.

Dried Peaches From Good Humus Farm in Capay, CA. CCOF certified organic. They dry their ripest fruit each year. The fruit is unsulphured and dried in the hot summer sun. Keep these dried peaches in your fridge, and soak in to plump up before using. You can also eat them as a snack or use dried. Great in rice dishes (pilafs), chopped and tossed into a salad, or minced and mixed with soft goat cheese.