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Lettuce, Spring Mix

Lettuce, Spring Mix

Our spring mix includes a variety of different lettuces grown together to make an interesting mix. Our lettuce is planted in beds in the field where weeds do grow. Even though they are hand weeded, please check for grass and other odd bits. Always wash any lettuce before using....
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Melon, Seedless Red Watermelon,

Melon, Seedless Red Watermelon,

Seedless watermelons take all the fun out of spitting seeds. But they taste so good. We grow this small red melon with a striped skin. Watermelons must be ripe when picked as they do not ripen after they are picked.  All our melons are hand selected to assure readiness. Whole watermelo...
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Melons, Musk or Cantaloupe

Melons, Musk or Cantaloupe

What we in the U.S. call a cantaloupe is really a muskmelon. True cantaloupes have warty or scaly rinds (not netted). The muskmelons have a netted rind. These melons will continue to ripen once picked.  We pick them slightly green so they are firm for packing. Some may have a green strip...
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Mint

Mint

Mint can have different meaning in a recipe. The most common is peppermint. The second most common is spearmint. These are the most often mixed up too. Mint grows on an aggressive vine that will take over other plants whereever it is grown. All mints have square stems. We grow app...
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Onions, Green

Onions, Green

Green onions are sometimes called scallions or spring onions. The terms are referring more to the small size. The flavor is mild and sweet, giving your spring and early menus a flavor boost. At this size the red, white and yellow onions are similar flavor. The tops can be chopped along with the ...
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Parsley, Flat Italian

Parsley, Flat Italian

The flat Italian parsley has a strong seasoning flavor that goes well with practically all dishes. In addition to its high iron and protein content, parsley is also remarkable for its vitamin C content. Keep refrigerated. You can place stems in a glass of water in the refrigerator or place leaves...
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Pea Shoots

Pea greens cut while the plants are small and tender make wonderful healthy greens. Pea shoots can be eaten raw in a salad or quick cooked in stir fries or steamed. Keep refrigerated and wash as needed. They have the flavor of sugar snap peas. There may also be an occasional pea blossom in the mix....
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Pecans

Pecans

We have a small pecan grove in Camp Verdi Arizona with 55 mature western pecan trees. The growing climate gives our pecans a sweet taste. Pecans are harvested in December each year. We keep them refrigerated over the year to make them available to our Ohio customers....
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Pepper, Colored Bell

Pepper, Colored Bell

Bell peppers begin as green bell peppers and turn color as they ripen. This is why colored peppers taste sweeter. They can turn red, yellow or orange depending on the variety. During this process they ripen slowly and often still have a little green on them. If you want hem to fully ripen leave o...
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Pepper, Green Bell

Pepper, Green Bell

The most popular of all peppers the green bell pepper is actually an unripened pepper. As the growing season continues they will ripen to red, orange or yellow. The green pepper is used both raw in salads and veggie trays and cooked with other summer produce. See our recipes for some ideas. Kee...
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