Thanks to our guide, Jackie Starr…departures and also returns to good ol’ NE comfort foods.
Looking ahead to our last pickup on February 8…below is what will most likely be in the share box, plus storage tips.
Share Contents for Deep Winter Pickup, Saturday, Feb. 8:
Use or process these within a week (keeps longer if fridge is cold, near 32 degrees):
Spinach bag, can be blanched and frozen for later use.
These will keep for many weeks in cold storage (keep moist in bag, with some ventilation, not tightly sealed):
1 Red cabbage
2# Purple Top Turnips
These will keep for many weeks in cool, dry conditions (40-55 degrees), like a shelf in your basement or unheated room as long as it doesn’t freeze:
These will keep for a year or more in dry conditions (closed jar), not too warm:
1 Jar Tomato Puree
1# bag of beans (black, pinto, or cannelini)