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Chicken

Chicken

Our meat chickens are raised on pasture and moved to fresh grass daily in Joel Salatin-style mobile chicken coops. The coops have no floor, so the birds have constant access to the...
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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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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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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 p...
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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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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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