Texas sweet onions are a member of the allium family, which also includes yellow onions, white onions, scallions, and garlic. Texas sweet onions are sweeter in taste than any traditional store bought onion and have a short harvest time, making them a luxurious commodity. Because of the compounds found in the allium family foods, onions…

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Pixie tangerines are small and mighty, yet they have a higher amount of some vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants compared to oranges. Surprisingly, pixie tangerines may contain more vitamin C and A, which could help fight against common colds. Its’ high amount of fiber could help with colon cancer and possibly heart disease. With the higher…

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Green onions, also called scallions, are a type of onion that has a mild taste. This vegetable can be eaten either raw or cooked and are available all year round. Most importantly, green onions are nutritionally beneficial in many ways. Green onions contain riboflavin, folate, vitamin B-12, iron and calcium. Further research also indicates that…

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The sweet and crunchy snap pea is rich in antioxidants, fiber, vitamin C, and folate, among other nutrients, and adds a delightful texture to many dishes, when used either cooked or raw. It also has vitamin K, a key nutrient for bone health. The most common way is to quickly sauté or toss into stir-fries…

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We are excited to be in Oxnard!  Here are the details of our latest CSA pickup location, we hope to start our deliveries next week on March 22, 2017: Pick up Day:  Wednesdays Time:  2:45pm – 6:30pm Location:  Riverpark Community near The Collection If you are interesting in joining and have been a member in…

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Fennel is mostly used as a spice from their seeds but the bulb of the vegetable is also widely used. This vegetable is packed with an array of health benefits that include its antioxidant factor, immune support, while promoting cardiovascular and colon health. The top three nutrients that fennel provide are Vitamin C, fiber and…

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A member of the cabbage family, Cauliflower can be found in several colorful varieties, including white, pale green, orange and purple. Cauliflower is a flower that has not finished developing, causing the curd-like, edible head found when leaves are removed from the plant. White cauliflower has the same sweet, nutty, crunchy texture and flavor as…

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Pomelo’s are an ancestor to the grapefruit that tastes like a hybrid between a juicy grapefruit and a sweet orange with a thicker rind. Like other citrus fruits, they help lower blood pressure, prevent cancer risks, and play a role in conserving brainpower. Pomelo’s are rich in Vitamin C, potassium, and fiber! Vitamin C plays…

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Collard greens are leafy vegetables that grow at their peak during the winter months. The sweet flavor of these leafy greens comes from tolerating frosty temperatures. Collards are nutrient-dense, low in calories and a good source of vitamins A, C and K, as well as fiber and antioxidants. Other nutritional benefits of collards include helping…

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Bacon avocados are rich in many vitamins and minerals like vitamin B5, B6, folate, vitamin K, and fiber. They are similar to the Californian Hass avocado, but do not taste like bacon despite its name. Named after farmer James Bacon, bacon avocados have a smooth, thin green skin and have a lighter yellow- green flesh.…

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