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“Loved my share! My son devoured the strawberries and is anxiously monitoring the kiwi for optimal ripeness. Lovely baked spinach tonight, chard and leek tart taken to a potluck last night. Lettuce soup coming tomorrow. Love this! Will probably need to upgrade to full share soon!”

~ Kimberly Van Noort, Associate Dean at the College of Liberal Arts at UT Arlington

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“Being part of the co-op has revolutionized how we eat as a family.”

~ Chris McMurtry, Special Events Coordinator for the Town of Addison, TX

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“I loved the produce!  I was so happy and the location was fantastic; the rep there was so sweet and very helpful.  Everything was beautiful and so far very yummy.  I really appreciated on your website some neat recipes as well.  I couldn’t be happier!”

~Aimee Pasquier, Corp. Safety & Environmental Sr. Mgr. at JC Penney

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“We are loving our [half share] produce box! There is such a great amount of food in there for two people. We’ve made some sort of Mexican soup, apple crisp and a green juice!”

~Laraine

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“We are excited about our basket! I’ve got big plans for the greens. Our toddler [Miller] tried some raw mustard greens when I was washing them today and said, ‘Spicy! I like it!'”

~ Robin Brant, Communications Manager & Miller, Professional Dinosaur Expert

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“I got my first share yesterday, I have to get more of the Rio Star Grapefruit, it is AMAZING!!!!!!  Everything looks so wonderful.  I just had Red Swiss Chard for the first time, YUMMY!!!!! I can’t wait until tomorrow when I get home from work to make some other fun things 🙂  I will share my recipes!”

~Janette

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“I thought the produce was great!  I have never cooked with a lot of the veggies so this is a good way to get new nutrition and test my cooking skills.”

~Megan

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“I really liked the variety in the produce. I especially enjoy getting non-typical things (ie. broccolini, mustard greens, etc.) that you don’t always see at the grocery store.”

~Raquel

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“Nice and fresh! Thank you! Can’t wait to see all it has to offer in each season!”

~Deena

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“It was an easy pickup process, close to home. The grapefruit was great.  I must say these particular veggies are not ones I would purchase…but I am willing to give them a try and really want to be eating in season.”

~Jennifer

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“I picked up my first share on Saturday. The produce is gorgeous!!!! I must admit I have never cooked of these veggies, but I look forward to creating some new dishes with all of it. The grapefruit was sooooo good. This was the best Groupon purchase ever!!”

~Robin

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“We loved it – I have never cooked with most of the produce we received so i got to try out some great new recipes that everyone loved.”

~Erin

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“My wife and I stopped by your store today, we purchased some produce as well as some beef.  We enjoyed some of your produce for dinner tonight and the texture and flavor was incredible!”

~Kelly

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“I’m glad to be getting a chance to try all these new veggies & my all time favorite root veggies, all organic all for a low bi-weekly cost.”

~ Eliz

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Jenn permalink
    July 2, 2012 9:06 pm

    I hate cucumbers!…. or so I thought…. 🙂 In an effort to use all of my share I found two recipes which have changed my mind about cucumbers.
    1. Broiled quarters of cucumbers with salt and garlic, drizzled in hone;
    2. Cucumber, tomato, red onion, and MINT salad.

    [ahem].. I love cucumbers!!

    • July 2, 2012 10:30 pm

      HA! Jennifer, this is so great to hear and totally what UA is about! We’re so glad you were “forced” to keep trying cucumbers and now you love them 🙂 The mint salad sounds incredible. Gonna have to try broiled cucumbers too! Thanks for sharing and for being a part of UA!

  2. Jennifer permalink
    September 3, 2012 3:38 pm

    I am in week 2 of my half shares, and I’m in heaven. I wanted to go with a CSA so I could get myself experimenting with product I wouldn’t normally buy. This week I ended up with leeks, chard, cauliflower, and zucchini, which I’ve never tried. I blanched the chard and froze it for the upcoming week (I plan on sauteing it with a bit of garlic and butter), made zucchini bread and muffins, made a quiche with leeks and bacon (OMG!), and made roasted garlic mashed potatoes and cauliflower. I’m having tons of fun coming up with recipes and am improving my cooking skills and nutrition at the same time. Whoo hoo!

    • September 3, 2012 9:05 pm

      Jennifer, this is so great! Thank you so much for sharing! Way to creatively use the items in your bin, even ones you’ve never bought before. We’re so glad to have you! 🙂

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