MSP Mag: Veggies and judgement

What the heck do you actually do with a CSA box of veggies? Anyone who’s signed up for a Community Supported Agriculture program, whereby you give a farm a few hundred dollars at the beginning of the season and you get a box of produce for some specified number of weeks, has been confronted with this question. Sure, anyone can get through a head of lettuce one night—but how do you get through 10 in a week?
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What the heck do you actually do with a CSA box of veggies? Anyone who’s signed up for a Community Supported Agriculture program, whereby you give a farm a few hundred dollars at the beginning of the season and you get a box of produce for some specified number of weeks, has been confronted with this question. Sure, anyone can get through a head of lettuce one night—but how do you get through 10 in a week?

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