Super Broccoli

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Broccoli has some serious super powers. Among all of the commonly consumed cruciferous vegetables, these heads stand out as the most concentrated source of Vitamin C. Plus, 250 calories of this green stuff (about 12% of a 2,000-calorie diet) will give you the full daily requirement of fiber. FYI broccoli is very easy to overcook. Once it’s bright green, STOP COOKING! It’ll turn … Read More

Microgreens, Outstandingly Nutrient Rich

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This week we are bringing you super-trendy microgreens, the young seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs. A research study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that microgreens can contain up to 40 times more vitamins and nutrients than mature plants. Another green in the bag this week that is very high on the nutrient-o-meter are dandelion leaves. Weighing at … Read More

We’ve got goodies for kids (and adults)

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This week we’ve got goodies for kids (and adults) to try. Thanks to the Field Goods frozen harvest, a delicious dish is moments away – and the kids can get in on the action. Frozen edamame literally can’t get any easier. All we do is boil some salted water, throw in the pods, and drain after 2-3 minutes. Put a pod … Read More

Tango Celery to Dance About

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This week’s Tango Celery is a special variety. The Tango celery variety has smooth non-stringy stalks that are super-sweet and very crunchy. It’s definitely tastier and more fragrant than store-bought celery. No part of this celery should go to waste: the stalks are great for calorie-free raw eating or used in soups and stews, and the leaves are great in salads … Read More

V.I.P. (That is, Very Important Parsnip)

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Very Important Parsnip. We here at Field Goods believe it’s always a good time to try something new. One of our customers told us that they just don’t know what to do with parsnips. HELLO! Peel them like carrots, then cut them up. Roast in the oven with just a bit of olive oil. THEY MAKE IT TOO EASY. People … Read More