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  • Parisian carrots in Camel CSA’s veg boxes

    Posted on September 20th, 2019 charlotte No comments
    Parisian carrots are a miniature heritage variety shaped like golf balls, which are a gourmet treat in France. They’re best scrubbed gently and eaten raw. Children love them!

    We also have the last of the sweetcorn in our boxes and the very last of the courgettes and patty pan squash grown for us all season by our head grower Mark Norman on his smallholding at Bodmin.

    Parisian-carrots-camelcsa-200919In all the veg boxes:-
    *Parisian carrots
    *sweetcorn
    *tomatoes – red and yellow
    *aubergines
    *fennel bulb
    *parsley
    *courgettes or patty pan squash (Mark Norman, Bodmin)
    potatoes ‘Wilja’ (Colwith Farm, Lanlivery)tomatoes-camelcsa-200919

    Standard boxes also have:-
    *mixed salad leaves
    *French beans or runner beans
    *calabrese or red Russian kale

    All produce grown by Camel CSA, unless otherwise stated
    * = grown to organic principles
    Please wash all produce thoroughly

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