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  • Baby Kale Mix

    Variety of four baby kales

    $5.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Bunching Onions

    $2.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Carrots

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Celery

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Collards

    A southern staple!

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Dinosaur Kale

    Long, flat leaved kale

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Fennel

    Tastes like anise and is great roasted

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Green or Red Head Lettuce – Farmers Choice

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Kalette Leaves Bunch

    Hybrid between brussels sprouts and kale

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Kohlrabi

    Tastes like broccoli but is crunchy like a radish

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Microgreens – Farmers Choice

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Mini Gem Head Lettuce

    Baby head lettuce good for one serving.

    $2.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Pac Choi

    Asian green good for Asian stir fry and soups.

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • PINT of Roaming Bee Apiary Wildflower Honey

    $10.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • QUART of Roaming Bee Apiary Wildflower Honey

    $20.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Red Beets

    The classic red beets.

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Red or Green Cabbage

    Farmer’s Choice

    $6.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Red Radish

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Red Russian Kale

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Salad Mix

    $5.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Spinach

    $5.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Sugar Snap Peas

    $5.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Swiss Chard

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Tatsoi

    Asian green good for Asian stir fry and soups.

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Turnips

    Great roasted or raw in a salad

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Winterbor Kale

    The traditional, curly green kale.

    $3.00 Sold By : Honey Tree Farm
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  • Scoby for Making Kombucha

    Farm pick-up ONLY

     

    Scoby with one cup starter kombucha.

    How to brew kombucha:

    1. Boil 1 gallon of filtered water for 10 minutes
    2. Remove from heat
    3. If using tea bags – add 4 green or black tea bags and 4 flavored tea bags of your choice (organic tea is best). If using loose leaf – use 1/2 cup.
    4. Add 1 1/4 cups white sugar.
    5. Stir well to dissolve all the sugar
    6. Let cool down to room temperature (this is important!)
    7. Remove tea bags
    8. Pour tea into a gallon sized glass jar
    9. Pour 1 cup of your kombucha starter into the jar
    10. With clean hands, put SCOBY into the jar
    11. Mix gently with a wooden spoon
    12. Cover your jar with a cheesecloth or washcloth and secure with a rubber band
    13. Keep in a warm, dark place for 7 days. Depending on the temperature, it could take shorter or longer. When 1/4″ layer of a new SCOBY forms on top of your brew, it is generally ready.
    14. With clean hands, take out the SCOBYs and put them into a new glass jar. Pour 2 cups of kombucha into that jar for the next batch
    15. Strain your kombucha into swing top jars – you can also use mason jars but the swing tops hold the carbonation better
    16. You can refrigerate and drink right away, or let it continue to brew for another week – your preference!

     

    Things to watch out for:

    1. Sometimes humidity can cause mold on your brew. If you ever see any fuzzy white mold on your SCOBY, throw it out and start over with a brand new SCOBY. A good way to prevent mold is to keep the SCOBY moist on the top. I sometimes gently rock the jar to get moisture onto the top of the SCOBY.
    2. Fruit flies – since kombucha turns to vinegar if left for too long, the fruit flies try to get it. Be sure to keep the cheesecloth secure so fruit flies cannot get into your brew. They will lay eggs on the surface of your kombucha.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
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