Welcome to Veggie University!
A place where you can become a master cook in your very own kitchen. Learn to preserve, can, pickle and make meals with your favorite farm fresh vegetables. Follow favorite recipes from CSA members and watch your kids ask for seconds and even thirds. Veggie University teaches you how to get the most out of your CSA, including tips and tricks for preserving the harvest, preparing each vegetable, and storing for maximum freshness.
Dont forget to check back often, as new information is added Daily.
Learn how to get the most out of your CSA share. Find information on what is included in this weeks box, troubleshooting, and more. You can also add tips and tricks to help other members get the best from their CSA.
Ever wonder how to eat Beets? What is Okra? How do you store Tomatoes? All your questions are answered in this simple guide to almost every vegetable you can find in your CSA farm share.
Perfect, you are about to become a canning master! Now is the time to learn how to save all the abundance for later, or find more veggies to satisfy your new found canning obsession.
Chicken, Duck, Quail, Oh My! There are so many eggs to choose from and so many ways to cook them. Learn how to preserve, cook and enjoy every type, as well as tips on what to use for different recipes and what each type tastes like.
Herbs & Spices
Not sure what spice to put in your casserole? Don't worry. Here is a guide to all sorts of herbs and spices. How they taste, how to use them (dried or fresh) and what to pair them with. A good spice mixture can save even the worst of cooks.
Pickles make the world go round, well okay, they taste great on just about everything. Are you a sweet pickle person, or do you enjoy dill? Now you can make your own gourmet pickles from your home kitchen.
Here comes the fun part. Yippee! Find new recipes on what to cook with your CSA produce. Seasonal and favorite recipes for farm fresh vegetables and meats are included.
Not everybody likes meat, and that is splendid. How boring would it be if we were all the same? Here are some recipes and tips just for vegetarians. Yay! Go Veggies!