This Weeks Fresh Harvest April 27- May 1, 2020

Don’t Just Thank a Farmer ~ Thank his wife for cooking, delivering meals, going for parts or moving fields all while taking care of her usual jobs

Thank his hired man for working endless hours on sleepless nights to ensure the crop comes off 

And thank his children who are ok if seeing him is just for a brief moment while he eats his meals in the field

Farming is a family business and it takes a sacrifice from all…So don’t just thank a farmer….thank the Family! 

From our SLO Veg Family to all of our SLO Veg Farmers we’re so very grateful and thankful to all of you for your tireless work and dedication in taking care of us every day!

 

SLO Veg News & Updates:

Happy Monday Friends!

SLO Veg is so thankful to have the opportunity to continue to serve our community by sharing the love of fresh healthy local produce with you and your families. We realize that this season in all of our lives is challenging and requires an extra layer of protection. At SLO Veg, we are continually taking all necessary precautions to ensure our produce, our staff, farmers, and subscribers are safe and healthy. Throughout our busy day we wear protective face coverings and masks along with gloves while prepping our harvest boxes during production and during our delivery routes. We’re frequently sanitizing our work stations along with frequent hand washing. At this time we are not picking up boxes to re-use or recycle to ensure everyone’s safety. At SLO Veg our strict safety, sanitation and cleanliness is our highest priority. Thank you for trusting us to serve you. 

Fresh Healthy Farmers Harvests
First Harvest Sugar Snap Peas (Small/Medium/Large boxes only) – Bautista Farms
First Red Leaf Lettuce – Martinon Farms
Brussels Sprouts- MG Farms
Purple Ninja Radish – Babe Specialty Farms
Cilantro Bundles – Bautista Farms
Sweet Oro Blanco “White Gold” Grapefruit – L&C Smith Groves
First Harvest Red Chard – Bautista Farms
Purple, Orange, Yellow, or Pink Carrots – Babe Specialty Farms
Sweet Strawberries – Rancho La Familia
Meyer Lemons – Encino Grande Ranch
Sunflower Microgreens – Gracious Greens
Cara Cara Navels or Golden Nugget Mandarins – L&C Smith Groves
(All items subject to change based on availability)
Be sure to use our storage tips to extend the shelf life of your fruits & veggies!To ensure everyone’s safety, please recycle your empty box at this time. 
 

 

This Week’s Fresh Fish Selections:

Monday – Wednesday Fish: Fresh Sushi Grade “Big Eye” Ahi Tuna

Thursday- Friday Fish: Sushi Grade “Big Eye” Ahi Tuna or Halibut

Fresh & Delicious Recipes:
Smoked Salmon and Veggie Sandwich
Seared Tuna Salad with Lemon Caper Dressing
Seared Tuna with Avocado Salsa Verde
Sauteed Halibut with Romesco Sauce

Fish Supplied by Giovanni’s Fish Market & Grotto in Morro Bay

 

Fruits & Veggies Storage Tips: 

Refrigerate all items as soon as possible
All items will remain fresh when following these tips!

Chard – Rinse and store in baggie or container store in crisper
Red Leaf – Rinse. Store in roomy bowl lined with slightly damp paper towels. Cover and place in fridge.
Carrots – Rinse. Trim off greens store separately in a baggie in crisper.
Sugar Snap Peas – Store in a baggie in crisper.
Oranges, Lemons, Grapefruit – Store on counter top 2-3 days or in crisper.
Radish – Rinse.Trim off greens store in a baggie or container in crisper.

Strawberries – Refrigerate immediately. Do not rinse till ready to eat.
Cilantro – Trim Ends. Store roots in a glass of water, wrapped with saran in refrigerator.
Microgreens – Store in a dark location or in a paper sack in refrigerator. Light sensitive.