Courgette crisis? Local, seasonal vegetables grown in Cornwall are fresher and healthier than out-of-season imported producePosted on January 20th, 2017 No comments
The so-called courgette crisis has created a ridiculous fuss. At Camel CSA near Wadebridge we are proud to grow and supply freshly-picked, local and seasonal vegetables. That means no spiralised courgettes in winter!
In all the boxes: –
*sprouted mung beans
*squash ‘Autumn Crown’ or ‘Golden Nugget’
*carrots – good for spiralising!
*parsnips (Mark Norman, Bodmin)
Tuscan kale (Restharrow Farm, Trebetherick)
potatoes ‘Wilja’ (Restharrow)
* = grown to organic principles
All produce grown by Camel CSA unless otherwise indicated. Please wash all vegetables and fruitTry these healthy and different ways to serve kale on Camel CSA’s recipe page: –
Paprika and chilli kale chips
Jack Monroe’s lentil, bean and kale saladWeekly veg boxes camel community supported agriculture, Camel CSA, cornwall, courgette crisis, csanetwork, healthy food, seasonal local food, vegetable boxes, weekly veg boxes