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Arugula

Arugula

Storage Tip: Refrigerate in plastic and wash before eating or wash, dry, and store in plastic for later. Tasty Tidbits: Arugula is dark green, peppery leaf that works well in sala
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Basil

Basil

Storage Tip: Many herbs store well in a glass of water at room temperature, like a vase of flowers. Change the water if it discolors, and keep leaves out of the water. Or, you can
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Beets

Beets

Storage Tip: Separate the greens from the roots. Refrigerate the greens in a plastic bag and use soon. The roots will keep well for weeks in the refrigerator in a paper or perf...
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Bok Choy

Bok Choy

Storage Tip: Keep it in its plastic bag. It should keep well for a few days and may last for a week, but the longer you wait, the less perky it will be. ...
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Cabbage

Cabbage

Storage Tip: Keep in plastic bag in the refrigerator. Peel off outer leaves of heads and rinse before using. Be alert for caterpillars! Tasty Tidbits: Cabbage gr...
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Carrots

Carrots

Storage Tip:  Refrigerate in plastic, scrub before using. Recipes Containing Carrots: Beef Stew Moroccan Chickpeas With Chard Carrot Varieties St Valery Danvers
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Chicken

Chicken

Oh, the flavor! These birds have the rich flavor of an old-fashioned chicken. Once you have one of them, you won't want to go back to mass-produced industrial chicken again. We ...
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Cilantro

Cilantro

Storage Tip: Many herbs store well in a glass of water at room temperature, like a vase of flowers. Change the water if it discolors, and keep leaves out of the water. Or, you can
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Collard Greens

Collard Greens

Storage Tip: Refridgerate in platic, rinse well before eating! Tasty Tidbit: This tender variety can be eaten raw or cooked like other varieties.
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Cucumbers

Cucumbers

Storage Tip: Store in a perforated plastic bag in the vegetable bin of your fridge or in a plastic container covered with a towel and then with a lid. Don’t let moisture bead up on
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Dill

Dill

Storage Tip: Many herbs store well in a glass of water at room temperature, like a vase of flowers. Change the water if it discolors, and keep leaves out of the water. Or, you can
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Eggplant

Eggplant

Storage Tip: Wrap in paper towel to absorb moisture, then put in plastic bag and refrigerate. The longer you keep it, the more bitter it will turn. Tasty Tidbit: Eggpl...
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Eggs

Eggs

Our hens are pasture-raised (free-range within a large fenced area with shrubs, grass, weeds, and insects) Supplemental feed is non-GMO, unmedicated, and soy-free Flax se...
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Garlic

Garlic

Storage Tip: Do not refrigerate. It can be left in a paper bag or in a basket or bowl on the counter. Tasty Tidbits: For easier peeling, smash the cloves a bit by placing them o
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Garlic Scapes

Garlic Scapes

Storage Tip: Refrigerate in plastic. Rinse just before using. Tasty Tidbits: Garlic scapes are the curly shoots the garlic plant sends up that ends up flowering if you don’t har
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Green Beans

Green Beans

Storage Tip: Keep refrigerated in plastic. Tasty Tidbit: Three out of four Wiese children prefer their green beans raw, so we always steam some as a side dish and leave the rest
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Kale

Kale

Storage Tip:  Refrigerate in the plastic bag it comes in and wash prior to eating, or wash and store it for later. Washing Instructions: Greens have already been rinsed at the f
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Kolhrabi

Kolhrabi

Storage Tip:  Refrigerate in plastic, rinse well before eating! Recipes Containing Kohlrabi: Roasted Kohlrabi and Butternut Squash Kohlrabi Varieties Purple Veinna W
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Lavender

Lavender

Storage Tip: Many herbs store well in a glass of water at room temperature, like a vase of flowers. Change the water if it discolors, and keep leaves out of the water. Or, you can
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Lettuce

Lettuce

Storage Tip: Refrigerate the lettuce in the plastic bag it comes in and wash it prior to eating, or wash and store your lettuce for later. Be sure to dry thoroughly if you pl...
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Melon

Melon

Storage Tip: Uncut ripe melons should be kept in the fridge for up to five days.  When storing a half melon, leave the seeds in to help keep freshness.  Then, wrap in plastic and p
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Onions

Onions

Storage Tip: Refrigerate green onions in a plastic bag. Keep onions with papery skins in a cool, dark place, NOT wrapped in plastic because they need air flow. Store onions away fr
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Peppermint

Peppermint

Storage Tip: Many herbs store well in a glass of water at room temperature, like a vase of flowers. Change the water if it discolors, and keep leaves out of the water. Or, you can
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Peppers

Peppers

Storage Tip: Store in plastic bag in the refrigerator. If you won’t be using them this week, a paper towel in the bag may be a good idea, as accumulated moisture will eventually ma
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Potatoes

Potatoes

Storage Tip: Store in brown paper bag in cool, dark place away from apples and onions. Rinse before using. Recipes Containing Potatoes: Oven Roasted Potatoes Potatoes D
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Radishes

Radishes

Storage Tip: Separate the greens from the radishes ASAP, and store the greens in plastic. YES, you can eat greens, either raw or cooked. Scrub the radishes themselves, rinse in col
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Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Storage Tip:  Refrigerate in plastic and wash prior to eating. Tasty Tidbit: Rhubarb stalks can be eaten raw, but it is tart for most people’s taste and often ends up baked in d
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Sage

Sage

Storage Tip: Many herbs store well in a glass of water at room temperature, like a vase of flowers. Change the water if it discolors, and keep leaves out of the water. Or, you can
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Snow Peas

Snow Peas

Storage Tip: Refrigerate in plastic, then rinse. Snow Pea Varieties Oregon Sugar Pod Golden Sweet Photos Courtesy of Annie’s Heirloom Seeds and Seed Savers Exchange.
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Spinach

Spinach

Storage Tip: Store the spinach in the plastic bag it comes in and wash it prior to eating, or wash and store your spinach for later, thoroughly drying first. Washing Instruction
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Summer Squash

Summer Squash

Storage Tip: Store in a perforated plastic bag in the vegetable bin of your fridge or in a plastic container covered with a towel and then with a lid. Don’t let moisture bead up on
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Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes

Storage Tip: Be gentle (bruising will make them spoil) and store in a cool cupboard or on the counter. Tasty Tidbits: If you’re not normally someone who eats peels on potatoes,
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Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard

Storage Tip: Either store in the plastic bag it comes in and wash before eating or wash and store for later. Tasty Tidbit: Chard can be eaten raw, sauteed, or added to soups.
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Tarragon

Tarragon

Storage Tip: Many herbs store well in a glass of water at room temperature, like a vase of flowers. Change the water if it discolors, and keep leaves out of the water. Or, you can
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Turnips

Turnips

Storage Tips: Separate the greens from the roots. Store the greens in a plastic bag and use soon. The roots will keep well for weeks in the refrigerator in a paper or perforated pl
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Tomatoes

Tomatoes

Storage Tip: Keep at room temperature or in a cool place, but not in the refrigerator. Tasty Tidbits: A couple tomato ideas we love include pico de gallo, fresh tomato salsa, an
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Winter Squash

Winter Squash

Storage Tip: Winter squash should keep on your countertop or in a pantry for a few weeks. Store in a cool, dry place with plenty of ventilation (such as a back porch) for longer-te
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Zucchini

Zucchini

Storage Tip: Store the zucchini in a perforated plastic bag in the vegetable bin of your fridge or in a plastic container covered with a towel and then with a lid. Don’t let moistu
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