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Veg Box News 5th - 8th July 2016

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We’re well into the new season potatoes and carrots and onions now which is delightful in many ways but also throws some tricky issues into things – these European onions tend to sprout, carrots require chilling so get them into the fridge as quickly as you can as they tend to go soft quite quickly. New potatoes, carrots and onions are also more expensive so we’ve had to reduce our usual quantities of these a little to allow space in the3 budget for the other items. This week we’re able to put in some lovely new season produce from Matt (Sheffield Organic Growers) in the shape of a mini cucumber in the E’s and some Mange Tout for the extra Large boxes.

A

  • New Potatoes – Maris Peer 800g
  • Carrots 400g
  • Onions 400g ( G’s will get a bunch of locally grown Shallots)
  • Celery (Tues/Weds)
  • Broad Beans 600g (Thurs/Fri)Broad Beans - blanch in boiling water and then pop the tougher skins off  id=
  • Chard
  • Tomatoes 400g
  • Kohl Rabi

B’s will get Aubergines 200g
D’s will get an additional 400g Potatoes and a Salad Pack
E’s will get a Mini Cucumber from Sheffield Organic Growers, a small Aubergine and a Salad Pack Organic Mini Cucumbers from Sheffield Organic Growers  id=
L’s and M’s will get a Large Aubergine and some Mange Tout in addition to the Salad Pack and Cucumber (in the M’s)

K

  • Bananas 600g
  • Apples – Gala 700g
  • Plums 400g
  • Clementines 500g
  • Water melon portion

Q’s will also get 500g Nectarines

In other Beanies news

Gluten-free Bread

We are now delighted to be stocking a new range of Gluten-free breads and cakes from the Incredible Bakery Company. They are just about the “breadiest” gluten-free breads we’ve ever tried so if gluten is a problem for you and you really miss bread come and give them a try.Best gluten free bread we've tried for texture and flavour  id=

Local Cheese

In case you were worried that as a result of the recent Brexit vote you wouldn’t be able to get decent Brie anymore worry not! We are very pleased to now be stocking Stanage Millstone a new brie-style cheese made right here in Hathersage. This is a new company established by graduates from the Welbeck School of Artisan Food and it really is an excellent product and suitable of course for vegetarians.Stanage Millstone Cheese  id=
 

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