First Week of September!
So I'm feeling pretty soggy- how about you? We've gotten drenched the last few days, which hasn't been good timing for the veggies. Many of the crops are winding down now, and dry weather helps keep them from going bad in the field. But so far things are alright. I just hope this doesn't become a trend for September. We need a beautiful Indian Summer! Maybe if we all collectively hope for good weather, it will make an impact. You never know... :>) So due to the rain on Wednesday, we had to alter the shares slightly from Tuesday to Thursday.
But here's what's in your bags:
Summer Squash (this is probably the last of it, or close to it)
Onions (Ailsa Craig variety)
Hot Peppers (Chilipeno, Hungarian Hotwax, Poblano and Chilipenos)
Potatoes (Augusta variety)
Edamame (aka Soy beans)
Beet Greens (big bag)
The easiest way to cook soy beans is:
Rinse the pods.
Toss them in boiling water for a little less than 10 minutes.
When the pods start to break open, Shell, salt to taste, and serve!
(You may want to reheat the beans after shelling them, in case they got cold)
However, I'm new to Edamame, so if you have a preferred way of eating them, let me know!
Hope you're all doing well and adjusting to your fall schedules!
All the best,
for Lucky Moon Farm