Well, I'm just feeding myself, so I doubt that it will last for the whole week. When I orderded the Spring Greenhouse Share that is starting this week, the woman warned me that some people found it hard to keep up with "all those greens", but I'm guessing that most people aren't trying to eat a pound of raw greens a day. I say "Greens? Bring 'em on!!"
The blurb from the farm says:
Spring Greenhouse Share:
(April 26 to May 17)
Four consecutive weeks of gourmet delicacies: salad mix, sauté mix, spinach, radishes, lettuce heads, pac choi, fennel, arugula, salad turnips, tatsoi, escarole, endive, dandelion greens, sorrel, chives, ramps, scallions, watercress and rhubarb. Each delivery includes eight to ten items. For the household that enjoys an abundance of greens or the Spring Share can be split between two households. $195
Standard Vegetable Share:
(June 7 to October 18)
The Standard Share is a weekly box of fresh vegetables (about a grocery bag full). Easily consumed by a household that eats and cooks fresh vegetables, although each family’s vegetable consumption varies. $580
This is my first experience with CSA membership, so I'm planning on keeping records of what I receive, what I do with it, and how much of my total vegetable requirements get met. I'll need to make a decision about whether or not to do this again next year.
Cet animal est tres mechant; quand on l'attaque, il se defend
(This animal is very wicked; if attacked it defends itself)