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Salads

Tweet   Serves: 4 Ingredients: 3 Peeled Oranges (segmented) 2 Hass Avocados, peeled and cut in very thin slices 1 Arugula Dressing: 0,2 inches of fresh grated ginger 1 spoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice 3 spoons of extra virgin olive oil (you can warm it up a little bit before if you like) salt […]

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Caprese Salad by Matt Schwaiger

by on November 27, 2012

Tweet In large bowl fill with desired amount of fresh grown organic tomatoes Add cucumber or favorite cheese Add chopped fresh picked Basil Drizzle with olive oil and balsamic vinegar Toss lightly with large spoon and garnish with fresh basil! by our Farmer of the Week: Matt Schwaiger

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Kale Salad by Matt Schwaiger

by on November 27, 2012

Tweet  1 salad bowl chopped kale (Green Kale, Russian Red Kale, any kale of your choice) Toss in/Drizzle favorite olive oil until moist squeeze 1/2 lemon squeeze 1/2 orange add 1 table spoons of apple juice for sweetness Toss in dried cranberries and pine nuts Once all ingredients are in bowl toss together and enjoy! […]

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Chinese Cabbage Slaw

by on October 23, 2012

Tweet            (I use all organic ingredients) Adjust amounts of veggies as you like. Ingredients: ½ head of thinly sliced and chopped purple cabbage ¼ head of thinly sliced and chopped green cabbage julienned carrots and red peppers and tomatoes for color 1 15 oz can (or fresh) mandarin oranges (reserve […]

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Fresh Red Beet Recipe

Fresh Red Beet Recipe

by on June 10, 2012

TweetDid you know beets are known to lower cholesterol levels in the body and have proven anti-aging effects? Incorporate these highly nutritious veggies into your diet with Kip Wood’s  delicious and fresh Red Beet Recipe inspired by his garden! INGREDIENTS 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar 1 tomato 1 red( or golden) beet 1/2 cup walnuts […]

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Organic Arugula Radicchio Salad

by on January 29, 2012

TweetLaura Klein of Organic Authority shares her fabulous salad with us. Enjoy! This is a simple salad that is full of bold flavors. The bright, lemon paired with the salty cheese, against peppery and slightly bitter lettuces allow these flavors to stand on their own. Most of these ingredients with the exception of the cheese can be found at […]

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Oven-Dried Organic Cherry Tomatoes

by on January 29, 2012

Tweet Not only is this recipe easy, but it is delicious!  Laura loves to make this whenever she has an abundance of cherry tomatoes out of her garden (which is often).  Check out her website at organicauthority.com. Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds of organic cherry or grape tomatoes 2 tablespoons of fresh Italian herbs such as, Italian […]

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TweetThis is one of my favorite salads that Laura prepares. There’s nothing better than eating this salad at a summer bar-b-cue. Ingredients: 2 pounds heirloom tomatoes, different colors, such as pineapple, brandwine and green zebras 1 basket of multicolored cherry or grape tomatoes, yellow and red 1 bunch of Red Ruffle Basil or any other […]

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Garden Salad with Rice Vinaigrette

by on January 23, 2012

Tweet Stacia’s favorite thing to eat out of her garden are her lettuce greens like heirloom lettuces, kale, Swiss chard and cucumber.  The best thing about eating a salad out of the garden is the variety of greens you can put together.  This creates incredible flavors and makes a simple salad truly delicious. She combines […]

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UrbanFig: Swiss Chard Recipe

Swiss Chard Recipe

by on October 23, 2011

TweetSwiss chard is one of those veggies that gets overlooked. It’s a beautiful green, but I think it has a bad wrap for being a “health food nut” veggie. Well let me tell you, it’s GOOD!  I prefer it to spinach, it has a milder taste and it’s awesome as a salad green.

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