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Delicious fine beans which give a great crunch to salads and stir fries. They are robust enough to take strong flavours. Sauté them with a little olive oil and garlic. Steam them or stir fry them. French beans are sumptuous when served with peanut or yoghurt dips! Are either green or dark purple.
Fresh from the farm, you can boil, roast, fry or bake these beautiful crunchy courgettes. Widely used in mediterranean cooking. You can also eat them raw or blanch for just a couple of minutes and serve in a salad.
White Flour from Huxhams Cross Farm. Processed and packaged in partnership with Grown in Totnes, the wheat was grown on a small scale at Huxhams Cross Farm in 2017. Makes excellent bread and cakes, especially sourdough.
Wholewheat Flour from Huxhams Cross Farm. Processed and packaged in partnership with Grown in Totnes, the wheat was grown on a small scale at Huxhams Cross Farm in 2017. Makes excellent bread and cakes, especially sourdough.
Fresh Ginger - is widely used as a spice or a medicine.
Fresh ginger used in cooking can really enhance flavour, especailly when used in stews, soups and curries. It is also great in sweet dishes.
Many find ginger can help to settle nausea. Some find grating it and adding to lemon, honey and warm water can help to ease the symptoms associated with colds and congestion.
Suitable for 4 - 6 people. The weekly staples are potatoes, carrots, onions and a salad bag, unless you elected not to have any of these products. The other ingredients change weekly according to the seasons.
NB: Occasionally we may not be able to supply the exact contents listed but we will always subsitute products that may have failed or become unavaillable due to circumstances beyond our control.
a variety of vibrant, freshly picked salad leaves, varying through the seasons.
Fresh Organic Turmeric 100g - Turmeric is the root stalk of a plant that is part of the ginger family. One of the main components of this spice is a substance called 'curcumin', which is said to have healing properties. It is widely used in curries, mustards and pickles.