Remember: When drinking herbal tea or eating edible flowers always check the risks associated with it. Vulnerable people, elderly, children or pregnant women should avoid using some of them. All produce are pesticide free and may contain some intruders.
🐌Always wash your veg before eating them.
Harvest box 18/07 (order 17/07)
Get everything ready for your summery salad, and on a day like this you need it! : Lettuce, raw chopped radishes, calendula petals, nasturtium (quite peppery), nasturtium leaves and maybe broad beans pods? Keep the radish leaves and broad beans pods to add them to a stir fry!
To use up your coriander and chard, try this Carrot, spinach (or chard), lemon and coriander tart
In your box, you should have a Kohlrabi or a white cabbage. turned your white cabbage in a creamy coleslaw . If you have a kohlrabi, try this apple and Kohlrabi salad or make a Bacon Kohlrabi Flatbread.
Enjoy your currants raw or turn them into a coulis/syrup for your yogurt or dessert!
Herbal tea of the week are feverfew and lavender
Soap, candle, pot pourri and more: lavender is amazing and as so many uses. You can simply dry it to enjoy this smell longer. If you want to incorporate in your cooking, you can grill it with your meat!!
Feverfew is believed to have painkilling and anti-inflammatory properties. It is sually used to reduce headache pain. Enjoy it as a tea!
Novelty: wild mallow flowers
The mallow tea , a delicate natural remedy, but at the same time effective, for the treatment of digestive disorders, respiratory, bladder inflammation and much more. But Freshly picked leaves and flowers can be eaten raw in salads, or cooked in soups, risottos, minestrone, etc.
Next harvest box on 1/08 (order 31/07) – Ndmaxinfo@gmail.com
Thank you to the helpers today!!