Here’s what Woodbridge Farm’s Facebook page tells us today:
Shares this week will include:
sugar snap peas
and herbs (dill and oregano most likely)
There was a request to share more about what varieties we grow of different crops, what you’re looking at in your shares. Since there is sometimes a mix, we’ll just share some information here you can maybe match to what you’re seeing at home!
The peas are sugar snap peas, they can be eaten raw or cooked in a stir fry, they are sweet and juicy.
Salad greens are a mix of a dozen or so lettuce and mustard green varieties, including things like romaine, red leaf lettuce, kale, tatsoi, mizuna, and many others.
We grow German White and German Red garlic, so that’s where our scapes are coming from.
We’ll have napa cabbage this week from two different varieties (though they are quite similar): Rubicon and Bilko, the Bilko is a slightly darker green, while the Rubicon is supposed to have a slightly sharper tang. Napa cabbage is what is traditionally used to make kimchi, and will store just above freezing with high humidity for a month or two.
Find out more about lettuce varieties on Facebook.