Liberated Harvest Weekly

Week of June 17, 2024

Welcome to this week's edition of our weekly food box newsletter! We are thrilled to bring you the freshest, most delicious ingredients from our farm and other local producers, to you. Each box is thoughtfully curated to inspire your culinary adventures and support your healthy lifestyle. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or just starting your kitchen journey, we hope our selection of vibrant produce, occasional artisanal goodies, and recipe ideas will ignite your passion for cooking and bring joy to your meals. Thank you for being a part of our community!

This week our first summer squash of the season was harvested and the crew was treated with some delicious slices of fresh baked zucchini bread (more on that later). Our asian plum tree is full and showing signs of a harvest that will soon come. These have a tart outter skin and a juicy sweet flesh that you must bite into with a napkin in hand. We can't wait for you to try them! 

In Your Box This Week

Meals From Your Box

Stone Fruit Salsa

Burst into summer with this vibrant Stone Fruit Salsa! The recipe features diced stone fruit tossed with minced jalapeños, red onion, and cilantro, all brought together with a squeeze of lime juice and a touch of honey. We like to use this recipe on yummy fish tacos with any combination of stone fruit such as apricots, plums and peaches. Complements cheeses like goat cheese, brie, and feta or topped on your burger for a fruity-kick!

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Creamy Kale and Collard Slaw

Upgrade your coleslaw with this double-cruciferous blend that features both kale AND cabbage! It's antioxidant-rich and the perfect combination of fresh, flavorful, nourishing, and delicious.The crunchy slaw base is coated in a rich & creamy homemade coleslaw dressing. Best of all, it's simple to prepare with whole food, plant-based ingredients. (And no oil!)

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FAQs

Fun Facts About High Heels

Men's high heels are made to be comfortable and look good, so they will replace the standard sneaker as an everyday shoe. Men are also likely to buy more expensive shoes in order to get a better fit and style. The market for men's shoes will grow by 10% every year through 2024, according to Business Insider. In 2023, there will be almost 4 billion pairs of men's shoes sold each year—a nearly 50% increase from 2022 levels!

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London is the most fashion-forward city in the world. It's also a good place to shop for high heels for men, as many stores specialize in selling them. The men's fashion scene is growing rapidly, and there are many stores that sell high heels for men. You'll find everything from classic black pumps to sexy patent leather boots or lace-up loafers with chains attached — especially,there are even some sparkly pairs available too!

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Tokyo is a city of contrasts, where you can find high heels and sneakers at the same time. It’s also home to some of the best nightlife in all of Asia, making it an ideal place for any man who wants to dress up on a regular basis. If you're looking for something more low-key, there are plenty of other options: Tokyo has some great shopping districts as well as traditional markets where you can get your hands on just about any shoes!

Liberated harvest recipe archive

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Creamy Kale and Cabbage Slaw

AIYA holds 1300 units of granite stone grinders, which are maintained by in-house skilled artisans. The grinding process is conducted in a clean room.

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Stone Fruit Salsa

 After cultivation, the stems, veins, and unwanted particles are removed, leaving only the purest flesh of the leaves. The leaves are now called Tencha.

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Crispy Oyster Mushroom Sandwich 

AIYA holds 1300 units of granite stone grinders, which are maintained by in-house skilled artisans. The grinding process is conducted in a clean room.

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More recipes coming soon!

 After cultivation, the stems, veins, and unwanted particles are removed, leaving only the purest flesh of the leaves. The leaves are now called Tencha.

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Judith's Guide to Making Delicious Zucchini Bread
Jun 16, 2024 Judith Yisrael

Judith's Guide to Making Delicious Zucchini Bread

Zucchini bread is a delightful way to utilize an abundance of summer squash. This versatile and moist quick bread can be enjoyed as a breakfast treat, a snack, or even a dessert. In this blog post, we’ll dive into the history of zucchini bread, its nutritional benefits, and a step-by-step guide to making the perfect loaf.

Sicilian-Style Olive Curing Recipe
Nov 20, 2023 Judith Yisrael

Sicilian-Style Olive Curing Recipe

Sicilian-style olives are similar to the common Spanish-style cocktail olives but are a bit more bitter because they are only fermented in brine that has been seasoned with various herbs and spices.

Homegrown Hot Sauce
Nov 04, 2022 Judith Yisrael

Homegrown Hot Sauce

After a consistent flow of delicious spicy peppers all summer long, this good thing has come to an end. Late October, marks a time when we turn over the last of our garden beds and pull up the late blooming pepper plants that have begun to wither in the chill of cold October mornings. Our last pepper harvest did not disappoint as we ended up with about 50 lbs of seven or eight different varieties.   With this many peppers on hand, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to roll up my sleeves and make Homegrown Hot Sauce!

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