Vegetables

Beets

Beets

Beets Beets will store for about one week in the refrigerator if trimmed of leaves (leave 1-2 inches of stem to prevent bleeding) and bagged without washing. Prior to cooking wash the beets thoroughly but do not peel. Beets can be eaten raw, oven roasted...
Bell Peppers

Bell Peppers

Bell peppers come in a variety of colors but all begin as green peppers.
Bunching Onions

Bunching Onions

Bunching onions can also be called scallions, spring onions, green onions and they can be immature regular onions or specific varieties that do not bulb up. It’s the bulbing, or lack thereof, that sets these onions apart.
Cabbage

Cabbage

Cabbage This is our first year growing Caraflex, or conehead as I call them, cabbages. They are a smaller cabbage than the Farao we usually grow and are supposed to be sweet and mild - perfect for summer. All the seed catalogues agree that this...
Cucumbers

Cucumbers

Cucumbers need no introduction, but their can be some confusion about different types, the good news is for most things it doesn't matter which one you choose
Daikon

Daikon

Daikon Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/daikon/
Eggplant

Eggplant

Eggplant Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/eggplants/
Fava Beans

Fava Beans

Fava Beans Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/fava-beansbroad-beans/
Garlic

Garlic

Garlic Inchelium Red is a wonderful soft neck garlic that was discovered on the Colville Indian Reservation in northern Washington, but not by us. We discovered it several years ago and were instantly hooked. The flavour is full but not harsh and...
Garlic Scapes

Garlic Scapes

Garlic Scapes Garlic scapes are a new crop for us. They are the flower stalk of certain types of garlic. Garlic can be divided into two main groups - hardnecks (produces scapes) and softnecks (no scapes). We usually grow Inchelium Red garlic which is...
Green Beans

Green Beans

Green Beans Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/green-beans/
Green Tomatoes

Green Tomatoes

If you've never grown your own tomatoes you may not have tried green tomatoes.
Hakurei Turnips

Hakurei Turnips

These beautiful salad turnips are sweet enough to eat raw but save a few for sauteing. The greens are very mild too and can be steamed, sauteed or braised. If you don't like turnips, these might just change your mind.
Happy Rich

Happy Rich

Happy Rich I'm not sure about rich, but it does make me happy! It looks something like broccoli because it is a broccoli crossed with Chinese broccoli, which somehow gives it the very best traits from each. It tastes like a mild broccoli that doesn't...
Jalapeño Peppers

Jalapeño Peppers

Jalapeño Peppers Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/jalapeno-peppers/
Kale

Kale

Kale Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/tuscan-kale/
Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi The strangest looking cabbage you will grow to love. Although the name roughly translates as cabbage turnip, this is all cabbage; it just looks a bit like a turnip. The bulby part isn't even the root, it's the stem.
Leeks

Leeks

Leeks Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/leeks/
Lettuce

Lettuce

Letttuce Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/lettuce/
Mustard Greens

Mustard Greens

Don’t let these vibrant greens scare you, they may not be as trendy as kale, but they have their own cult following and for good reason.
New Potatoes

New Potatoes

New potatoes are potatoes that have been harvested before they are fully mature and have not been cured for storage. The skins are thin and delicate and the flesh is waxy rather than dry and starchy.
Radishes

Radishes

Radishes Both the leaves and roots of radishes are edible, but it is best to remove the leaves right away and store them separately. The leaves will keep refrigerated for 2-3 days and the radishes themselves will keep for up to a week. My favorite...
Snow Peas

Snow Peas

Snow Peas Did you know that most of the snow peas in the grocery stores are grown in Guatemala? How can something be called fresh when it has traveled so far? Our peas are hand-picked and the furthest they will have traveled is 40 miles. That's about...
Summer Squash

Summer Squash

Summer squash come in a large variety of shapes and colors - round, long, flying saucer, smooth or ridged, green, yellow, white, they are all delicious and pretty much interchangeable in recipes.Summer squash come in a large variety of shapes and colors...
Tomatillos

Tomatillos

Tomatillos Despite their name, tomatillos are not small tomatoes but they are distantly related. The husk of the tomatillo should be removed and the fruit rinsed with warm water to remove the sticky residue. This reveals a bright green or, depending...
Zucchini

Zucchini

Zucchini Recipes https://www.pinterest.com/karlsfarm/summer-squash-and-zucchini/

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