Cornish seaweed in Camel CSA’s vegetable boxes


May 7, 2016

We’ve all got a packet of sea spaghetti from The Cornish Seaweed Company in Falmouth in this week’s veg boxes. It’s organic of course! We like to be adventurous during the “hungry gap”.

Happily last week’s shortage of fresh veg brought on by the sudden cold snap is now a distant memory. We’re enjoying the first of the early summer crops like Swiss and rainbow chard, broad beans and new-season turnips. We can also look forward over the next few weeks to rhubarb, beetroot, mangetout peas and carrots as well as Cornish asparagus.

In all this week’s boxes:-
*sea spaghetti (The Cornish Seaweed Company)
*Swiss and rainbow chard
*bean sprouts
*mixed salad leaves (rocket, baby chard, mizuma, golden mustard, red mustard, lettuce)
cauliflower (Restharrow Farm, Trebetherick)
potatoes ‘Wilja’ (St Lawrence Farm, Bodmin)

Standard boxes also have:-
extra potatoes
*purple sprouting broccoli OR broad beans
*turnip bunch

* = grown to organic principles
Please wash all vegetables and fruit carefully. All produce grown by Camel CSA unless otherwise indicated.

Try these seaweed dishes on The Cornish Seaweed Company’s recipes page: –
Carrot and seaweed salad
Chicken soup with sea spaghetti, spinach and dill

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