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Lunchbox Pack

 

Have kids packing lunches or like having extra “finger food”? This pack is for you! Fill those tummies with something delicious and nutritious if you want those brains to fill up with reading, writing and arithmetic. We all think better with a full tummy and without artificial refined ingredients. So many kids “problem” classroom behaviors iron out when they start eating a clean diet.

 

Hoping for Grapes, Bananas, Minneola, Gala Apples, Grape Tomatoes, and Mini Sweet Peppers.

Soup Pack

 

We love soup weather! You can use this as the basis for stew as well. The possibilities are endless!

 

Imagine Zuppa Toscana (substitute coconut milk to make it dairy-free, add canneloni or navy beans to make it vegetarian); chicken or beef stew, hearty vegetable soup, French onion soup, tomato soup, and stock!

 

Hoping for Yukon Potatoes, Leeks, Broccoli, Parsley, Celery, Carrots, and Yellow Onions.

Thai Pack

 

One of my favorite packs for homemade curries and stirfrys! Lemongrass holds nicely in the freezer. Try some tantalizing curry or a sweet, hot and cool cucumber salad. Chicken Satay (or Tofu – be sure to press it!) is easy and delicious! Check out these websites for inspiration: East Thai Recipes and Thai Table!

 

Include the veggies in the Salad Pack and make this delightful Chopped Thai Salad with Sesame Garlic Dressing!

 

Hoping for Lemongrass stalks, Mushrooms, White Potatoes, Galangal, Eggplant, Green Bell Pepper, Carrot, Cilantro, Green Onions, Kaffir Lime Leaves, and Dried hot chiles.

Asparagus

Approx 11 Lbs

 

Grilled, roast, steam, and sautee! A little olive oil and garlic to roast, and finish with red pepper flake is our staple. Mix it up with a spritz of soy sauce or coconut aminos! If there are leftovers (which there never are), asparagus makes a lovely salad topper.

Asparagus is one of those things that lets me know spring is on the way. We just can’t get enough of asparagus as we defrost out of winter. Have you tried it pickled? So many amazing ways to eat it.

Green Cabbage
Approx 45 Lb

 

Make sauerkraut, kimchi (my favorite!), dehydrate, make cabbage rolls, cabbagesoup, and shred or quarter then blanche and freeze!

Navel Oranges

Approx 88 count

 

Who doesn’t love an amazing Navel Orange? These seedless beauties are good for so many things! 

I love them for:

- Snacking

- Juicing (freezes beauifully!)

- Marmelade

- Smoothies

And the best part is my kids love them too!

Sweet Potatoes

Approx 40 lbs

 

Try them grilled, roasted, steamed, and baked. Prepare them cubed, mashed, pureed, made into fries, and baked into pies – and then freeze for later! They can be bottled, too! We love sweet potatoes, and I love having them prepped ahead for my holiday baking. Store as you would baking potatoes. Cube and roast (or roast and then slice) a few to top your salad – you won’t be disappointed!

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