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Leek, Apple & Carrot Salad, by Mary

Ingredients 1 whole leek 1 eating apple, grated 2 medium carrots, grated Juice of half a lemon 2 tsp Olive oil A little mayonnaise, or vegan alternative Method When preparing the leeks, cut the whole leek in half long ways, … Continue reading

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Creamy curried parsnip and coconut soup, by Mary

This is really fragrant and can be tweaked a bit with more or less of the spices.  It will provide four small mugs or two large bowls; or double it up, and freeze for another day! Ingredients Spoon of good … Continue reading

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Celeriac Chips, by Mary

Ingredients One whole celeriac Olive or rapeseed oil 5 cloves of garlic 1 dessert spoon fresh thyme, chopped Salt and pepper (Change it up with vegan powder such as Nutritional Yeast, or Parmesan, instead of the garlic) Peel the celeriac … Continue reading

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Roasted Swede Wedges with Rosemary and Parmesan, by Mary

Ingredients: Swede, one large for a couple of people, or double up for family Olive oil 40 g Parmesan (or vegan alternative) per large swede Salt & Pepper Rosemary, fresh or dried (as much as you like) Butter or vegan … Continue reading

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Kohlrabi Slaw with Coriander, Jalapeño and Lime, recommended by Agata

Ingredients 6 cups kohlrabi -cut into matchsticks or grated in a food processor-about three x 4 inch bulbs (or you could substitute sliced fennel, apple, jicama, cucumber, or cabbage for part of the kohlrabi for more diversity) ½  cup chopped coriander (one small bunch) … Continue reading

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An important new book: Unlikely Heroes by Walter Lewis

When I first picked up my copy of Walter Lewis’s book “Unlikely Heroes” I got the impression of a coffee table book of photos, albeit a particularly beautiful and interesting one. But I was wrong, it is far more than … Continue reading

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Our salad leaves star in our new video!

Have you ever wonder what is in your winter salad bag? Or wanted some ideas of what to do with them? Our new video gives you the answers! A big thank you to CSA member Anne Gould of Working Wordz … Continue reading

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Pigs love comfrey!

Comfrey is an amazing plant – its deep roots draw up minerals from the subsoil which can be used to provides nutrients for vegetables – we do it the easy way and just use it as a mulch. It was … Continue reading

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Gosling cam

Thank you Richard who has now put a live (updated every minute) “gosling cam” in the hatching incubator so we can keep an eye on the hatching goslings without taking the lid off which cools and dries them, which isn’t … Continue reading

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Goose egg incubation: Spring is officially here!

Do you remember how incredibly cute goslings are? Hold onto your hats members of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Scheme as, if all goes well, you’ll be meeting our first baby goslings of the year in a month’s time! I … Continue reading

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