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- Look at the beautiful flowers, you can share them with someone you love! Come get them tomorrow @fmozarks 8-1Full Share for our CSA. The items our CSA members got to pick from today were green, slicer, heirloom Juliet or cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash, carrots, eggplant, okra, head lettuce, salad mix, collard greens, kale, cilantro, rosemary, turnips, snack, pablano, jalapeño, Italian sweet frying, roasted Anaheim or bell peppers, or Bok Choi. Thanks to the new software program we are using this summer our CSA members get to pick what goes in their share.We love it when Mark and Cindy make the drive and play pizza night!!!We love CSA Tuesday when all of our CSA members come pick up their veggies! We appreciate each and everyone of these people who support our efforts to grow healthy food for our Springfield community. We are getting ready to sign up winter CSA members. We sure hope we can farm for you this winter!
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Category Archives: Food Industry
Why CSA? CSA, Community-Supported Agriculture- is a way for people to interact directly with a farm: to know their farmer, to eat food harvested mere hours before delivery, and to secure farm viability in their community. People partaking in a … Continue reading
We are making vanilla extract today. This is the real stuff, not vanillin which is a by product from paper making known and widely sold as Imitation Vanilla. So it really is pretty easy, it just takes patience. We purchase our vanilla beans … Continue reading
Fun facts about strawberries Our extra strawberries share has just begun and we are loving the deliciously sweet strawberries! To celebrate the start of strawberry season, here are some fun facts about strawberries. Strawberries have more vitamin C than an … Continue reading
Fresh means Local These days, “fresh” seems to mean fresh off the truck from California, and “local” is anything east of the Rockies and west of the Atlantic. For us, fresh means that the produce we hand-picked at 7 in … Continue reading
We got wind that Slow Foods of Southwest Missouri is sponsoring a showing of a great film called Fresh. If you haven’t seen it yet, and you are free or can become free Monday night you should check it out. Fresh is … Continue reading
For those who are interested in ethically raised meat, there’s an interesting article in Fridays Newsleader. The good news is we do not, and never have, used any antibiotics on our chickens, pigs, or turkeys. Our cattle very rarely get … Continue reading
Food Inc, the new movie from Michael Pollan and Eric Schlosser will be running at the Moxie starting this Friday evening, through next Thurs. We are sponsoring the movie Monday and Wednesday, which means we’ll get a chance to introduce … Continue reading
I just watched “The Future of Food.” If you needed any reasons to question what is going on with genetically modified food, this film will provide several. Here’s a little gem: “Monsanto corn is itself registered as a pesticide, because … Continue reading
I read a really great article yesterday in the MU Alumni magazine about the new sustainability programs at MU, including a student organization that is composting leftovers from the dining hall and also some support from the university extension program. … Continue reading
Several years ago for my job I had occasion to visit a vegetable processing facility. This was a warehouse type building with miles of conveyor belts and industrial sized vegetable sorting, cleaning, cutting, and packaging machines. Incoming produce included bananas; tomatoes; … Continue reading