Eating Seasonally

WINTER is here, and we’re finished until SPRING.

Were anticipating our return to farmers’ markets the first week of April, but it really depends on the Rapini. When spring arrives, you’ll be able to find us at The University District farmers market on Saturdays, 9-2, and the West Seattle Farmers Market on sundays, 10-2.

In the mean time, we’re gearing up for the new season. If you are interested in joining us for our 2016 CSA season, email us, or find the application at this link. We’re taking applications now!

If you want more flexibility than a CSA offers, consider purchasing a prepaid gift card. Order by January 31 and save! Click this link for more information.

One response to “Eating Seasonally

  1. Eating seasonally is something that has gone out of fashion since food can travel around the world at short notice and/or food can be frozen. However, I still have a feeling that our bodies, like we have daily rhythms, may also obey certain seasonal rhythms and in each season what nature produces might be better suitable to keep us healthy than stuff that runs counter our “internal clock”.

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