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Kumquats
Unit: .50 lb.
Reg: $4.55

Red Chard
Unit: 1 bunch
Reg: $2.45

Slicing Tomatoes
Unit: 1 lb.
Reg: $2.95

 

 
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Baby Arugula  
This makes a great salad alone or mixed with other greens. A fabulously delicious and simple salad is to add pecans, goat cheese and then a lemon and Olive oil dressing, with a little salt and pepper. Jayleaf Specialties - Hollister, CA
Unit: 6 oz.
Reg: $3.50
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Bagged Baby Spinach  
All clean and ready to eat. Great Raw for salads or for cooking; a very versatile vegetable. The Salad Farm - Salinas, CA
Unit: 8 oz.
Reg: $3.75
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Collards  
Long a staple of soul food, collard (also called collard greens and just plain collards) is a variety of cabbage that doesn't form a head but instead grows in a loose rosette at the top of a tall stem. It's often confused with its close relative kale and, in fact, tastes like a cross between cabbage and kale. Refrigerate collard in a plastic bag three to five days. Collard is an excellent source of vitamins A and C, calcium and iron. Deardorff Farms - Oxnard, CA
Unit: 1 bunch
Reg: $3.25
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Green Kale  
Kale's complex flavor wins at Breakfast, lunch and dinner. I've recently enjoyed it by sautéing in olive oil with garlic, then nestling an egg in the middle, adding a touch of broth and letting it steam with a lid on until egg is done. It's such a healthy breakfast; you should try it! Frazier Lake - Hollister, CA
Unit: 1 bunch
Reg: $2.95
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Lacinato/Dino Kale  
This "Dino" Kale is a classic Italian variety. Its leaves are super-savoyed, long and narrow with a striking blue-grey color. It is one of the most robust and vigorous growers in the kale family. Frazier Lake - Hollister, CA
Unit: 1 bunch
Reg: $3.15
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Radicchio  
Radicchio resembles a petite head of red cabbage producing variegated dark, burgundy leaves with contrasting white ribs. Growing from orange to grapefruit size and easy to peel, the smooth, crisp leaves offer a bitter flavor with a hint of spice. When cooked the vibrant burgundy color of the leaves fades to a deep brown hue, its bitter flavor is mellowed and rather takes on a subtle sweetness. Earthbound Farms - Mx
Unit: 1 ea.
Reg: $4.95
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Rainbow Chard  
I love juicing this chard; fabulous flavor! Simply sauté it, or boil briefly in salted water and drain. I love adding a touch of vinegar to my chard. I can easily eat an entire bunch myself this way. Route One Farms - Santa Cruz, CA
Unit: 1 bunch
Reg: $2.95
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Red Chard  
Red chard has broad, wavy and wrinkled bronzed green leaves with contrasting crimson red leaf stalks. The ruby red stalks extend into red veins throughout the plant's leaves. It's flavor profile shares the earthiness of a beet green with the salinity of spinach. The red stalks are fibrous, often bitter and succulent, as they carry the bulk of the plant's water content. Cal Organic Farms - Lamont & Coachella, CA
Unit: 1 bunch
Reg: $2.45
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Weekly Specials
Silk Plain Soy Milk (1/2 Gallon, Chilled)
Unit: 1/2 gal.
Reg: $6.75
Sale: $5.55


Alvarado Sprouted Multi Grain Bread
Unit: 24 oz.
Reg: $5.65
Sale: $5.05


Organic Valley Blue Cheese Crumbles
Unit: 4 oz.
Reg: $5.75
Sale: $5.15


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