This Week's CSA

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Fall CSA Shares November 29

Use your food box items to make recipes from this weeks meal plan. Recipes will be posted on www.cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category Fall CSA Week 8. Full Produce Shares to Receive: Lettuce – This lettuce was grown at Neva Hydroponics near Landmark, MB. Store it in the crisper of your fridge. Use your lettuce and get creative with a fall salad….

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Fall CSA Shares November 22

Use your food box items to make recipes from this week’s meal plan. Recipes will be posted on www.cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category Fall CSA Week 7. Full Produces Shares to Receive: Lettuce – This item comes from Neva Hydroponics near Landmark, MB. The products at Neva Hydroponics are grown in a greenhouse, not in soil but in water thats filled with…

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Fall CSA Shares November 15

Use your food box items to make recipes from this weeks meal plan. Recipes will be posted on www.cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category Fall CSA Week 6. Full Produce Shares to Receive: Cherry Tomatoes – These little tomatoes are from Nico at Twin River Gardens. Store them in a cool dry place or on the counter for up to a week. A…

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Fall CSA Shares November 8

Use your food box items to make recipes from this weeks meal plan! Recipes will be posted on www.cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category Fall CSA Week 5. Full Produce Shares to Receive: Lettuce – This lettuce was grown at Neva Hydroponic Farm near Landmark, MB. It’s grown in water in a greenhouse. The lettuce can be used for lots of different salads,…

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Fall CSA Shares November 1

Use your food box items to make recipes from this week’s meal plan. Recipes will be posted at www.cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category Fall CSA Week 4. Full Produce Shares to Receive: Tomatoes (spray free) – Store them in a cool dry place for up to 2 weeks. These can be as easy as making salads, sandwiches, or soups! You can also…

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Fall CSA Shares October 25

Use your food box items to make recipes from this weeks meal plan. Recipes will be posted on www.cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category Fall CSA Week 3. Full Produce Shares to Receive: Swiss Chard – This dark leafy green comes from Dennis at Oak Valley Vegetables. Keep it wrapped in paper towel in a sealed bag in the fridge. It can be…

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Fall CSA Shares October 18

Use your food box items to make recipes from this week’s meal plan! Recipes for this week are posted on cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category Fall CSA Week 2. Full Produce Shares to Receive: Peppers – These should be kept in the crisper and will last up to 2 weeks. Chop them up for turkey or vegetarian chili, quesidillas, or for roasting….

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Fall Food Shares October 11

Use your fall food box items to make recipes from this week’s meal plan! Recipes will be posted on www.cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category Fall Shares Week 1. Full Produce Shares will Receive:  Leeks or Beets  – Leeks are in the onion family and they also grow very similarly to onions. The root and the dark thick leaves need to be…

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Protein Shares October 4/5

Our meat is freely ranged, raised without the use of antibiotics, growth hormones or animal by products. Gourmet Protein Shares to Receive a Minimum of 2 of the Following: Pork Roast (freely ranged pork) – This pork is from Ian Smith in Argyle, MB! This is a shoulder roast, which contains more fat and will need to be cooked longer and…

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CSA Pick-Up October 4/5

Use your food box items and follow this week’s meal plan! Recipes are posted on www.cramptonsmarket.com/recipes under the category CSA Recipes Week 15. Full Gourmet Shares to Receive a Minimum of 9 of the Following: Colored Peppers (organic) – These peppers come from Dennis at Oak Valley Vegetables. Store them in a cool dry place. These peppers can be eaten…