CSA ~ July 14, 2022

Weekly & Bi-Weekly Shares



July *14*, 21, 28

August 4, 11, 18, 25

September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29



July *14*, 28

August 11, 25

September 8, 22

Keep remembering to bring your basket back
from last week so we can swap it for a full one!

You guys are doing great with this system. Thanks!!

If you realize you can't make it during pick up time,
please let us know and we will gladly
arrange a Friday pick up.
Call 330-549-9408 if you need to contact us about your share.




Local Eggs (1/2 dz., raised by church member Lorri. Thanks, Lorri!!)
Green Beans


Bonus Items ~ Choose two when you arrive: Basket of Rutabagas, Rhubarb, Beets, Carrots, Radishes, Kale, a Bunch of Herbs (Basil, Oregano, Sage, Lavender, Rosemary, Thyme, Mint, Lemon Balm), or a container of Chamomile (Great to add to salads, make tea, or dry for later use.)

Number of crops ready and amount of harvest varies throughout the season.

We pledge to provide at least six items each week. If we have crop issues, we'll

supplement with produce from local farms. Some weeks will include

value added items like Jungle Jam, Salsa, and more.

Recipes & Tips

Looking for a recipe or idea from an earlier CSA newsletter?

(Last week's did have some delicious egg tips!)

They all get posted on our website HERE and on our FB page.


The simple tomato...technically a fruit but treated as a vegetable. Did you know that there are thought to be more than 3,000 varieties of heirloom/heritage tomatoes currently being grown globally, and more than 15,000 known varieties in total?!?!? I thought that was quite impressive!

The first recipe isn't really much of a recipe, more of a tradition. I actually grew up in New Jersey, the good ol' Garden State. I can attest that Jersey tomatoes really are the absolute best, but Ohio tomatoes are pretty darn good too! In New Jersey, summertime meant tomato sandwiches. If you have never had the pleasure of this flavorful meal, you really need to try one today! Feeling a bit fancier? Try the easy grilled tomatoes!


Cucumber Infused Water

Cucumbers infuse a simple glass of water with refreshing flavor and a dose of vitamins and nutrients. Simply slice the cucumber thinly and add it to a glass or pitcher of icy water. The light and refreshing flavor works well by itself or paired with various fruits and herbs. Try these cucumber water combos:

  • Cucumber water with sliced berries
  • Cucumber water with fresh mint leaves
  • Cucumber water with lemon
  • Cucumber water with cantaloupe chunks
  • Cucumber water with orange slices

Green Beans (& Dill!)

Green beans are such a summer treat served raw on a crudité platter or in a nice, green salad. They also pair very nicely with fresh herbs, like the dill that is in your share this week!


So, this week I learned that garlic can be used to make tea. All you have to do is to bring 3 cups of water and 3 cloves of garlic to a boil. Then, turn off the heat, add 1/2 cup honey and 1/2 cup of fresh lemon juice. Strain. Sip 1/2 cup, warm, three times a day. Refrigerate extra to use the next day. Did you know about this? Have any of you tried it? I think I'll stick with English Breakfast myself! For some tasty, savory garlic uses, keep on reading.

Scenes From CSA Prep

Contact Info

Please let us know your thoughts about this year's CSA. Feedback helps our program grow stronger. And, as always, thank you so much for your support of Goodness Grows!