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A few meal ideas..

These meals were so delicious and I was happy to be eating my farm vegetables so I had to document them. Thought I would share with you a few of the things I've done with my vegetables.

Boiled whole beet and margarine with salt and pepper sandwich.



 Meatloaf containing onion and organic red pepper. Salad with organic mixed greens, radish, cucumber, tomato, and red pepper. Fried greens with spices; kale, joi choi, garlic scapes, onion, and swiss chard.


 Fried choi qing mei and chives. Organic mixed greens with tomatoes, chives and radish. Barbecued chicken in a wrap with mixed greens and ranch dressing.


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A ready batch.


Clean jars.


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