Since the container gardening doesn’t seem to have a high yield, and since our local organic market has expensive produce and the nearest real farmer’s market is in the next town over, we’ve opted to become subscribers in community supported agriculture (CSA), a relatively new business model for farms that should keep us in locally produced, seasonal, organic produce for months.
CSA can be very cost-effective and convenient, but many people don’t feel comfortable with the idea of cooking whatever it is the farm is growing. So, we’ve brought along Ilona, our friend, local foodie, and fellow CSA subscriber. Rhett and Ilona go to town dissecting the first shipment from Redland Organics and discussing ways to make quick, simple, satisfying meals without bending over backwards.
Interested in trying out CSA for yourself? Just check out Local Harvest to see if there’s a farm near you!
- The music in the montages is “Earthen Fire” and “Dreams Away” by Zen Debris.
- Foley effects for the wine pouring came from Percy Duke, stjin, and luffy, all courtesy of the FreeSound Project