Extra Bok Choy? Here’s Why…

We talk a lot about year-round crop planning with farmers, and this week we had a very tangible outcome of that! Based on a conversation we had with a farmer in January, there were some bok choy and Asian Greens grown specifically for us. They were ready for harvest sooner than expected, so we acted fast and bought it anyway.

Those of you that bought bok choy probably got extra, and a few of you may have gotten some free. Our farmers are some of the most hard-working out there, and we hope you both get the most out of that.

If you’re not sure what do with Bok Choy, here’s a few options:

Wild Mushroom and
Bok Choy Pasta


Ingredients from the Shop:
Cashews, lemons, garlic,
mushrooms, pasta

Bok Choy and Turnip Miso Ramen
with Soy Sauce Eggs!


Ingredients from the Shop:
eggs, garlic scapes,
ginger, microgreens

This Week’s Veggies

A few featured farms and produce items. Find more in the shop.

Rodger’s Greens and Roots | Cilantro, Lemon Balm, Garlic Chives, Broccoli Greens

Canewater Farm | Adirondack Blue Potatoes, Summer Squash Mix, and Cucumbers

Signal Mt. Farm | Sugar Snap Peas, Spring Onions, Fennel, Mixed Beets

Big Branch Valley | Sugar Snap Peas

Serenbe Farms | Microgreens

(P.S. If your cucumbers were sandy this week, it’s because the soil in the Low Country is sandier than in North Georgia… Just rinse them and enjoy!)