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Harvest2U,  a Temecula Organic CSA, delivers to most zip codes in Southwest Riverside County and North County San Diego.  Entering your delivery zip code will determine whether delivery is available in your area.

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Don’t like beets?  No problem!  You can customize your harvest box to your family’s needs.  Or you can select our economical Farmer's Choice box and let us select your fruits and vegetables for you.

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We come to you! Harvest2U, a Temecula Organic Produce company, conveniently delivers your freshly picked local organic produce right to your front door, saving you time and keeping your family healthy

Local Farms

Local Farms

Depending on the season, Harvest2U partners with local organic farmers. Our Partner Farms are VERY local and in fact are, located within our delivery area! Our partner farms are located in Riverside, Sage, Hemet, Temecula, Murrieta, La Cresta, De Luz, Fallbrook, Rainbow, Bonsall, Pauma Valley, Oceanside, and Valley Center.

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Time Saving Recipes

Time Saving Recipes

Harvest2U adds new recipes every week. All of our recipes are designed around the seasonal local organic produce we deliver, simplicity in preparation and healthful eating. With Harvest2U and our recipes, your family will always be eating Good Clean Food.

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Our Story

Our Story

Harvest2U saw a need in our community to provide families with an alternative to the expensive organic produce sold in grocery stores and offer a solution to buy from local organic farmers. So, Harvest2U, a Temecula organic CSA, was created to conveniently bring quality locally grown organic produce to your family at a competitive price.

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Latest Blog Posts

Zucchini Salsa – Alternative To Tomato Salsa

This Zucchini Salsa is a wonderful alternative to tomato salsa. Instead of the lycopene from the tomato, you get more beta-carotene from the squash. Or you can toss in some chopped fresh tomatoes and get plenty of both. I went with raw zucchini for all of those raw food lovers out there. But, if you…

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3 Summer Fruits to Keep Out of the Fridge

Most people know that summer fruits and vegetables like bananas, potatoes, and onions should not be stored in the fridge. But things start to get a little confusing with items like tomatoes, melons and stone fruits. As odd as it may sound, these three fruits should not be stored in the refrigerator. The best storage spot…

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Green Pepper Hot Sauce – Instant and Homemade

This Green Pepper Hot Sauce is milder than most red Louisiana style hot sauces because the peppers used are milder. If you want it spicier, add spicier peppers like cayenne, serrano, and habanero. All varieties of peppers are excellent sources of vitamins A and C, potassium, folic acid, and fiber. Hot peppers are loaded with…

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Apple Fennel Chutney – Honeyed

This easy honeyed apple fennel chutney combines the sweetness of apples and honey and the tang of vinegar with some onions and fennel to make a wonderful side dish for curry, chicken or pork. While this dish is great fresh, its even better after the flavors have had a chance to develop for a few…

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Storing Greens – 5 Rules for Lettuce, Cabbage, Other Greens

Storing greens, after we purchase or grow is something we’re never taught, and there’s nothing more disheartening than opening the produce drawer of your refrigerator to make a salad and find that your lettuce has turned to a soggy mess. Or maybe you’re craving a green smoothie, and the kale is nothing but a shriveled…

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Grilled Summer Squash and Quinoa – Source Of Fiber

This Grilled Summer Squash and Quinoa can be served as a hot side dish like pilaf or cold like tabbouleh. Use any summer squash you have, i.e., zucchini, patty pan, cousa, etc. Grilling them and the onions before mixing them into the quinoa gives them a natural caramelized sweetness. All of the summer squashes are an…

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Grilled Lemongrass Shrimp Skewers – A Herbal Lemony Taste

This Grilled Lemongrass Shrimp Skewers recipe make full use of most of the lemongrass, using it in the marinade and as the actual skewers for the shrimp. Lemongrass is a delightful herb with an herbal lemony taste. Have you smelled citronella candles or essential oil? That is what it tastes like and because citronella comes from…

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Beet Noodles and Greens – High in Fiber, Vitamins & Minerals

This Beet Noodles and Greens recipe is an easy and colorful way to serve the entire beet. Yes, the beet leaves are edible and can be prepared just like any other green such as spinach or kale. Beetroots are high in fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and manganese. Interestingly, the greens are more nutritious than the…

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Colcannon – Irish Potatoes and Kale

Colcannon (Irish Potatoes and Kale) is a delicious Irish side dish of creamy mashed potatoes and kale or cabbage. Both kale and cabbage provide healthy amounts of fiber, antioxidants, and calcium as well as a host of other nutrients. So, choose whichever you prefer or have available. Traditionally, Irish Potatoes and Kale is served with…

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Spring Garlic Kale Soup – Use All That Wonderful Spring Produce

This Spring Garlic Kale Soup is loaded with wonderful spring produce and cooks up in less than 20 minutes. Spring garlic (or green garlic) is merely immature garlic that is removed by the farmer to give the other plants more room to grow. It has a slightly milder garlic taste, and you can use chop…

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Carrot Puff Casserole – Great For Brunch Or A Side Dish For Lunch Or Dinner

This Carrot Puff Casserole is similar to a souffle except it is supposed to collapse when you take it out of the oven taking all of the pressure off the baker. Phew! Carrot Puff Casserole is great for brunch or a side dish for lunch or dinner. Fresh carrots not only add an eye-catching orange…

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Preserved Lemons – Use Up All Those Lemons

Preserved Lemons are a common staple of North African and Moroccan cuisine and are nothing more than lemons that have been cured in salt for a few days/weeks. This is a great way to use up an abundance of lemons and have them for use later in the year. After a few short days soaking…

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Strawberry Grapefruit Granita – A Light and Refreshing Treat

Strawberry Grapefruit Granita is a great way to use your organic fruits.  It is a healthier snow cone type dessert using fresh fruit. Serve it in crystal glasses for dessert at a formal dinner party or some paper cups to enjoy poolside in the heat of summer. Either way, it is a light and refreshing treat.…

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Roasted Carrot Marinara – Loaded With Beta-Carotene

This Roasted Carrot Marinara is a twist on traditional tomato-based pasta sauce and great use of Harvest2U’s organic carrots. Perfect for those that don’t like tomatoes (like my 10-year-old!). If you make it a little thicker, it also makes a tasty dip for vegetables, crackers or chips. Roasting the carrots, onions, and garlic makes them…

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Commercial Potato Farming – Non-Organic Vs. Organic

Commercial Potato Farming is not an easy thing to do whether you’re doing it organically or non-organically. The non-organic potato farmer is pressured into producing a perfect, blemish-free tuber for the French fry market.  To get this cosmetically perfect potato, these farmers have resorted to the heavy use of pesticides, herbicides, and fumigants. The result…

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Chermoula – A Moroccan Herb Sauce and Cousin to Pesto

Chermoula is a great use of many of the organic vegetables and herbs that come in our weekly harvest box.  Chermoula is a Moroccan (North African) green sauce with fresh herbs, spices, and preserved lemons. Think of it as a cousin of Pesto and Chimichurri. It is excellent as a finishing sauce on fish, or use it…

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Beet Hummus – High In Nutrition, Fiber and Protein

This easy organic Beet Hummus recipe whips up in 5 minutes and makes a lovely and healthy dip for vegetable sticks or chips or any other way you enjoy your hummus. The beets are high in fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and manganese, add to that some fiber and protein in the chickpeas plus healthy fat from the…

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Roasted Garlic Turnip Dip – A Healthy Dip Alternative

This Roasted Garlic Turnip Dip is one of those recipes that you may not want to mention the ingredients unless they ask. Basically, it is just mashed roasted turnips and garlic. But, serve it with chips or veggie sticks and it becomes a flavorful dip that people will rave over. I also used it as…

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Sauteed Rosemary Beets – An Easy Way to Prepare a Superfood

Rosemary beets (beets in particular) are high in fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and manganese. This healthy side dish keeps it simple with some fresh herbs and lemon juice. Sauteed Rosemary Beets Ingredients 1 bunch beets 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon fresh rosemary leaves, finely chopped 1/2 lemon Directions Trim off the tap root and…

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Honey Glazed Carrots – Loaded with Antioxidants

This Honey Glazed Carrots recipe is loaded with health-promoting antioxidants, particularly beta-carotene. Plus carrots have a nice dose of soluble fiber and carotenoids making them an excellent choice for any meal. I jokingly refer to these as “hide the evidence” carrots. On Easter Saturday night and Christmas Eve, after my son has gone to sleep, I peel…

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