Fresh Healthy Farmers Harvests May 25-29, 2020
First of the Season Organic Blackberries – Rancho La Familia Inc
Sweet Cara Cara Navels – L&C Smith Groves
Zucchini or Chard – Bautista Farms or Brussels Sprouts – MG Farms
Sweet Organic Strawberries – Rancho La Familia Inc
First Harvest Green Cabbage – MG Farms
Organic Green Leaf Lettuce – Rancho La Familia Inc
Sweet Orange Carrots – Bautista Farms
First Harvest Green Curly Kale – MG Farms
First Harvest Red or Golden Beets – Bautista Farms
Sweet Oro Blanco “White Gold” Grapefruit – L&C Smith Groves (Sm/Med/Lrg Only)
(All items subject to change based on availability)
This Week’s Fresh Fish Selections:
Monday – Wednesday Fish:
Sushi Grade Bigeye Ahi Tuna
Thursday – Friday Fish:
Sushi Grade Halibut
Fresh & Delicious Tuna & Halibut Recipes:
Seared Tuna Salad with Lemon Caper Dressing
Walnut Crusted Halibut
*Bottom two recipes courtesy of Giovanni’s Fish Market
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!
Kale – Rinse. Store in an air-tight baggie or container in crisper.
Romaine Lettuce – 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.
Fava Beans – Store in a baggie in crisper.
Oranges, Lemons, Grapefruit, Lemons – Store on counter top 2-3 days or in crisper.
Blackberries – Store in crisper. Do not wash till ready to eat.
Strawberries – Refrigerate immediately. Do not rinse till ready to eat.
Zucchini – Store in paper or plastic baggie in crisper with bag open to breathe.
Fennel – Cut off fronds store separately. Place bulb in a sealed baggie in crisper.
Cauliflower – Store loosely in plastic bag in crisper.
Microgreens – Store in a dark location or in a paper sack in refrigerator. Light sensitive.
Cilantro – Trim ends. Place in a glass or jar with water, wrap with saran wrap, store in refrigerator.