Harvest Basket List for 3-23-21 Store Happening, Classes and Specials
Happy Tuesday.. Happy Spring Season to all of you.
There is a lot going on here at Nature's Touch Nursery & Harvest. With nursery blooming and berries ripening. This is the best time to get out in the soil and amend, plant and harvest. Greens are at their peak, roots are the sweetest and nectar is flowing in all the flowers. Let any of us here help you grow your own or eat local and in season.
Super excited to share Kelpful Seaweed salad with all of our basket subscribers.
Their Seaweed Salad is so beautiful and full of so much yummy. Check out their website kelpful.com for all recipes and ideas on how to use their goods.
Also, Next months Growing Food with Nature series Class will feature Farmer Franks Mushrooms. He will be a guest speaker on and about growing mushrooms. We both will be teaching the differences in a lot of different mushrooms. You will also go home with a fresh pick sample of mushroom that were grown right here at Nature's Touch. Sign up at nature-food-templeton.com scroll down and sign up for our series and join us next Month. Then second Tuesday of April. April 13th at 5:30pm.
Here is what is going into Today's Harvest Basket:
The Need For Greens:
Broccoli, Savoyed or Green Cabbage, Cara Cara Navel Oranges, Dino Kale, Cilantro, Red Butter Lettuce, Meyer Lemons, Seaweed Salad.
Broccoli, Savoyed or Green Cabbage, Cara Cara Navel Oranges, Dino Kale, Cilantro, Red Butter Lettuce, Meyer Lemons, Seaweed Salad, Asparagus.
Broccoli, Savoyed or Green Cabbage, Cara Cara Navel Oranges, Dino Kale, Cilantro, Red Butter Lettuce, Meyer Lemons, Seaweed Salad, Asparagus, haas Avocados.
Miso Soup with Sea Lettuce
4 Cups Water
1 T Miso Paste
1/2 C Chopped dry Sea Lettuce
1 T Chopped green onion (optional)
1/3 C Cubed tofu (optional)
2 pieces Kombu (optional)
This is a great soup base that stands up on it's own and can be dressed up as much as you like! Highly recommend adding kombu to the water as it heats for extra flavor and nutrition. This is a traditional healing broth that will leave you feeling satisfied and strong. Heat the water just until it starts to boil. (option to put 2 pieces dry kombu in while water is heating then remove. Can be chopped and added to soup as well). Turn heat off and add other ingredients. Serve after a few minutes when sea lettuce is rehydrated.