Here’s what they said we would get, what we got, and what I traded for:
Green Beans – .75 lb bag……………………..traded for basil
Sungold Cherry Tomatoes – 1.25 lbs
Spaghetti Squash – 1 pc
Yellow Onions – 3-4 pcs………………………traded for tomatoes
Chioggia Beets – 1 bun…………………………got watermelon
Red Tomatoes – 6 lb bag
Basil – 1 bun
Apples – bag of 5
Peaches – bag of 5
I was disappointed that I did not get the beets- I was thinking of fermenting half and doing angelhair pasta with the other half.
I traded the onions because I still have a lot left, and the green beans because I didn’t think I would get around to eating them ever.
Watermelon tomorrow for breakfast.
I am going to juice the apples – that will get me applesauce, too – the pulp is enough like applesauce for me to call it like that.
I ate the cherry tomatoes as a quick dinner.
There are enough tomatoes that I can get at least one dehydrator tray worth of tomato flakes/powder (I’m going to grind them up in the food processor and then spread all out on a teflex sheet and dehydrate. I like to use tomato powder or flakes in recipes, and they save longer dehydrated slices.
I will still have some tomatoes left to eat in slices or chop into salads. (For some reason, using tomatoes for “spaghetti” topping hasn’t been working for me recently.)
I’m going to dehydrate some of the basil, freeze some of it, and eat a lot of it. Pesto!
Boy oh boy! Am I ever going to be busy for the next couple of days, what with all that dehydrating.