<![CDATA[Quarter Branch Farm & CSA Naturally Grown Vegetables Loudoun County, Virginia - Blog]]>Sat, 29 Apr 2017 02:20:44 -0500Weebly<![CDATA[CSA Week 3/27]]>Fri, 03 Jun 2016 00:12:11 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/06/csa-week-327.html]]><![CDATA[Green Garlic!]]>Wed, 01 Jun 2016 03:10:09 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/05/green-garlic.html
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<![CDATA[Hidden Greens in Your Smoothie!]]>Sun, 29 May 2016 00:21:15 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/05/hidden-greens-in-your-smoothie.html
I say "hidden" because you can't taste it!  

Try:

3 bananas
1-2 handfuls Claytonia, Romaine Lettuce, soft Butterchard
5-7 ice cubes
1/3 cup coconut water (optional)

Refresh and Replenish :)
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<![CDATA[CSA Week 2/27]]>Fri, 27 May 2016 00:10:21 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/05/csa-week-227.html]]><![CDATA[Berries!]]>Sat, 21 May 2016 02:50:48 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/05/berries.html
This is our second season to grow strawberries and it's still an experiment for us.  The tastiest experiment I've ever done :)  They're fantastic!  We are working towards growing enough to supply our CSA members and bring the berries to market.  Chemical-free strawberries :)
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<![CDATA[CSA Week 1/27]]>Fri, 20 May 2016 00:08:09 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/05/csa-week-127.html]]><![CDATA[Sweet Potato Planting]]>Tue, 17 May 2016 00:28:04 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/05/sweet-potato-planting.html
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<![CDATA[Transplant Day]]>Fri, 13 May 2016 02:58:32 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/05/transplant-day.htmlWe transplant every week.  Here's 5/12/16 plus a look at some of the fields
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<![CDATA[In the Field]]>Fri, 06 May 2016 02:35:03 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/05/in-the-field.html
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<![CDATA[Greens in a Flash!]]>Fri, 29 Apr 2016 02:59:40 GMThttp://quarterbranchfarm.com/1/post/2016/04/greens-in-a-flash.html
Need a way to use up your greens fast?  You could steam them, soup them, massage with oil and make a salad . . . OR . . . better yet - 

1. Heat oil/fat in a wide pan
2. Toss in chopped kale (Curly, Dino, Red Russian, Siberian) and your favorite shoots (tat soi, collard, kale)
3. Let it get crispy and season with pink Himalayan salt

My favorite way because it retains all of its vibrance!!  Yum yum :)
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