By guest blogger Rachel Caine, MS, Dietetic Intern, Mount Auburn Hospital
For a week in June, we had our own farm nutritionist and dietary intern. Based at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Rachel Caine gave several staff trainings on the basics of nutrition, the elements of mindful eating and… Read More
3 cups water or coconut water 1⁄2 cup fresh or frozen strawberries (thawed) 1⁄4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice (2 to 3 lemons or 100% lemon juice) 1⁄4 teaspoon fine grain sea salt 2 tablespoons honey or maple… Read More
Small but mighty, microgreens pack a lot of nutrition into just a few delicious bites. They’re truly concentrated: Nutritionist and dietetic intern Rachel Caine tells us that microgreens have up to 40 times the amount of Vitamins C,… Read More
Growing crops outdoors is a constant struggle with weeds, and sometimes they get the upper hand — temporarily. That’s why our strawberry plants get plowed under after just two harvests, when the weeds in that patch become too… Read More
The 2018 strawberry season is officially under way. We brought in a small harvest of ripe, red fruit on Monday and sold through by mid-afternoon. As the season progresses, this early trickle of berries will become a steady… Read More
Bring the whole family to taste our sweet berries at the peak of strawberry season! The time is ripe for our annual Morning Glory Farm Strawberry Festival, Saturday, June 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
These are approximate harvest dates for our seasonal farm produce. Please keep in mind that many yields tend to start small and increase over a period of days to weeks, depending on the weather.
This is a great use for off-sized stalks of asparagus and ripe but bruised strawberries. The woody bottom ends of the asparagus should not be used here.