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Shop the Farmers’ Market from Your Desk

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In theory, signing up for a CSA is glorious: your money goes to local farms and you get just-harvested, usually organic, truly ripe produce every week. Then that slightly manic feeling of lettuce overload sets in, and eventually you’re just. tired. of turnips. Launched this week in New York, LA, and San Francisco, new company Farmigo aims [...]

The CSA Coach: Canning for Beginners

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Welcome to The CSA Coach, where Jenn, our digital food editor, doles out advice to first-time CSA subscriber and digital features editor, Ashley. In this week’s episode, we decide it’s time to get canning!   Jenn, Summer isn’t over, but I already feel like a little squirrel gathering my nuts for winter. The CSA bounty [...]

The CSA Coach: Potato Overload

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Welcome to The CSA Coach, where Jenn, our digital food editor, doles out advice to first-time CSA subscriber and digital features editor, Ashley. This week’s episode addresses the mixed blessings of too many potatoes. ————— Jenn, Now that we’re in the peak season, I’m getting veggies that I’m more familiar with like corn, tomatoes, and [...]

The CSA Coach: What to Do with Your Produce Bounty

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I’m not a well-rounded cook. I prepare basic meals but when it comes to vegetables I can barely tell the difference between arugula and spinach. This summer, I signed up for my neighborhood CSA (community-supported agriculture) program. Once a week, I pick up more vegetables than I can handle. I take them home, spread them [...]