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This delicious Lemony Kale and Quinoa flavor-packed dish is ready in under 30 minutes. It packs quite the heart-healthy punch with the vitamin-rich kale and lemon combined with the good fats in the quinoa, nuts and olive oil. Lacinato (Tuscan) kale is a bit easier to use in this recipe because of its long flat…Read More
Tatsoi is similar to Bok Choi, a mild Asian green. Unlike greens like kale and collard greens, the center stem softens as it cooks and does not need to be removed. This green is packed with a ton of nutrients, including carotenoids, vitamin C, folate, calcium, and potassium. Other names are spinach mustard, spoon mustard, rosette bok…Read More
This Carrot Kohlrabi Soup is a healthy vegetarian soup perfect for cold winter nights. Cooking the vegetables in the olive oil for 7-8 minutes before adding the broth helps roast the vegetables bringing out their sweetness. Save the fennel stalks for another recipe (like homemade stock), use the white part in the soup and top…Read More
Making a Persimmon Smoothie is EASY! Frozen persimmons are delicious by themselves, just freeze when ripe, cut off the top and scoop out the fruit like ice cream. I added a little bit of extra goodness for a delicious breakfast or dessert. If you’d rather drink your smoothie, just pour it into a glass to…Read More
These Mixed Greens Pockets are a fun way to eat your vegetables. Make them ahead of time and freeze them, then heat them up at the last minute for a hot appetizer or lunch. Use your favorite greens in this, or mix and match a few. I made them with turnip greens and kale, but…Read More
Why save the Hasselback technique for just potatoes when you can have Hasselback turnips? It works deliciously with other organic root vegetables such as rutabagas as well. And if you are counting carbs or calories, these vegetables have less than potatoes. Turnips are high in vitamin C. The leaves (“turnip greens”) are an excellent source…Read More
Caldo Verde translates to green soup in Portuguese. You can use your favorite organic greens in this, even though it is traditionally made with kale or collard greens. Organic Russet Potatoes work best in soups to thicken them, whereas waxier potatoes like Yukon Gold will give you excellent looking chunks. If you have them, use…Read More
You may have noticed organic turnips in your harvest box this week. Organic Turnips grow really well in the winter months of Southern California. Turnip’s botanical name is Brassica rapa, which is the same for its cousins, Mustard and Bok choy. The round-root is the main edible part of the plant, but the delicious leaves are just as nutritious as its…Read More
Kohlrabi or Turnip Cabbage is actually a cabbage, selectively bred by farmers 100’s years ago for its thick stem. Use kohlrabi cooked as well as raw. Edible preparations are made with both the stem and the leaves. The texture and taste of kohlrabi are comparable to those of a broccoli stem or cabbage heart, but sweeter and milder, with a higher ratio…Read More
This simple preparation of herb and garlic spaghetti squash is delicious as a side dish on its own, or toss it in a green salad for added flavor and texture. Spaghetti squash is nutritionally better to white pasta, which doesn’t contain much nutritional content or vitamins. Spaghetti squash contains vitamin A and vitamin C, which…Read More