This Weeks Fresh Harvest Sept 28 -Oct 2, 2020

The Family Farm…More Than A Business ~ The Family Farm Is A Lifestyle ~ It’s An Ideal Worth Preserving. We Love Our Farmers ~ They Provide For Us Daily! 

Street Taco Microgreen Blend (cilantro/onion) “Bomb-Digity” – Gracious Greens
Organic Celery – Rancho La Familia Inc
Organic Fuji or Granny Smith Apples – Arnett Farms
Organic Pluots “Flavor Fall/Dapple Dandy” or Pears “Asian/Bartlett” – Guzman Farms
First Harvest Red/Green Swiss Chard – Bautista Farms
Organic First Harvest Romaine Lettuce – MG Farms
First Harvest Italian Parsley – Bautista Farms
Organic Valencia Oranges – Encino Grande Ranch
Organic “Haas” Avocado – Wind Dance Farm
Sweet & Savory Vine Ripe Tomatoes Round or Roma – Martinon Farms
First Harvest Brussels Sprouts (sm/med/lrg boxes) – Martinon Farms
Red Bell Peppers For Stuffing Tuesday – Friday All Boxes – Martinon Farms
Red Bell Peppers, Summer Squash, or Cauliflower (Monday Only – mixed box sizes)- Martinon Farms
(All items subject to change based on availability)

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We guarantee all of our farmers harvests. If for any reason you receive an item you’re not completely happy with, please send us an email. Your feedback is invaluable and appreciated. We want you to enjoy every item you receive. Thank you for being our valued subscribers, we love your support and serving you!
Graciously, Your dedicated SLO Veg Team



This Week’s Fish Offering: Monday – Friday: Fresh Local “Blue Fin” Tuna 
What A Treat!  Blue Fin is one of the most premium local tuna available. Blue Fin Tuna is caught here on the coast for about 2 weeks out of each year! 

Blue Fin melts in your mouth with every bite. A taste that is undeniably delicious. Add a little fresh ginger, wasabi, and soy and you’re set!  Tuna steaks appeal to those who want to enjoy seafood but don’t appreciate strong fishy odors. Although fresh tuna can be expensive, the dense, flavorsome steaks are fairly hard to get wrong. Cooking quickly but with conviction will provide a pleasant crust, with the option of leaving the center as rare as you like.

Don’t wash the steaks before cooking as fresh water will discolor the flesh. Simply pat them dry. Bear in mind that thin steaks will always cook to medium, but those thicker than 1 ½ inches give the option of a rare center and seared crust.

For All  Of Our Subscribers Who Have Previously Requested No Tuna Will Receive Fresh local Halibut

Delicious Paired Recipes:
Seared Tuna with Lemon Caper Dressing
How to Cook Fresh Tuna Steaks
Sauteed Halibut with Romesco Sauce

Fish supplied by Giovanni’s Fish Market and Grotto in Morro Bay


These Produce Storage Tips Work! Refrigerate all items as soon as possible. All items will remain fresh longer when following these tips!

Cauliflower – Wrap tightly in a baggie, store in crisper. .
Pears – You may store on counter top 1-2 days. We suggest refrigerate immediately to slow ripening.
Parsley – Rinse. Store in a baggie in crisper.
Chard – Rinse. Store wrapped tightly in a baggie in crisper.
Summer Squash – Store un-washed in the crisper.
Oranges – Store in crisper.
Microgreens – Store in a paper bag or dark location of refrigerator. Light sensitive.
Pluots or Plums – Place directly in to crisper to prevent ripening.
Tomatoes – Store on counter top ~ Refrigerate to slow ripening.
Lettuce – Rinse. Store in a baggie crisper. Or trim base place in a cup or bowl to allow it to continue to drink water. We recommend refrigerating immediately.
Celery – Rinse. Wrap tightly with foil. Store in crisper up to 2 weeks.
Peppers – Store in a perforated bag in crisper.

We love our subscribers and wish you all a fabulous week.  We look forward to seeing you on your next delivery day!  Kindly, Your dedicated SLO Veg Team