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This week we have potatoes!

This week's basket you can expect much of the same but with a few new things (marked *):
  • beet greens
  • Swiss chard
  • kale
  • spinach*
  • Pak (JoiChoi
  • potatoes*
  • mixed lettuce
  • bunching onions
  • maybe Snow Peas*
We'll have a table again from 9AM to 11AM at the Saturday market.

A couple people have been bringing us egg cartons and a few other items already, but we also wanted to let you know that if you have re-usable items which are clean and in good shape like plastic bags, egg cartons, rubber bands, twist ties, we would gladly use them.

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