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It's our 10th Year! Welcome to 2024๐ŸŽ‡

Winter Week 1


Welcome to the Winter 2024 CSA Season! We are starting with a bang!

๐ŸŽ‰Can you believe this marks our 10th anniversary at Ahavah Farm, and we couldn't be more happy to embark on this journey with each and every one of you. And, let me tell you, we're kicking off this milestone season with an absolutely fantastic CSA share for you!

Winter typically brings with it the expectation of smaller harvests, but this week, you're in for a delightful surprise! Our first harvest of the season is nothing short of spectacular. The bounty we've gathered is truly a thing of beauty. Showcasing the incredible flavors and diversity that winter has to offer!


As we reflect on the past decade, we are filled with gratitude for the support and loyalty of our members. Your continued commitmemt to locally sourced, regenerative agriculture has been a driving force behind our success, and we are endlessly thankful for the opportunity to serve you season after season!๐Ÿ™

Let's talk about what's in store for this winter. From crisp, vibrant greens to hearty root vegetables, live plants, and our wonderful microgreens, our lineup is sure to tantalize your taste buds and inspire culinary creativity. Whether you're a seasoned CSA veteran or a newcomer to the fold, we're confident that this season will leave you feeling nourished, inspired, and deeply connected to the land and the community around you.

So, as we dive headfirst into this 10th winter season, we invite you to savor each bite, cherish each moment, and join us in celebrating the abundance that surrounds us. Thank you for being a part of our journey, and here's to another decade of growth, regeneration, and local, fresh, and pure food.๐ŸŒฑ

๐Ÿฅ•Attention Auto Renewal Members!๐Ÿฅ•

Auto renewals will be run on February 15th.


๐Ÿ“ข๐Ÿ“ข๐Ÿ“ขSpring and Summer Shares will open Monday, February 12th, on our website!

If you are NOT on auto renewal, please get a share before they are gone!



๐Ÿ’ก๐Ÿ’ก๐Ÿ’กBring a Friend and check out our indoor Ahavah Community Market this Winter season! Fridays 10AM-1PM at Ahavah Farm (7545 Log Rd, Peyton) during our CSA pick ups!


THE MARKET IS BACK! We are so happy! This week we will have an incredible variety of winter veggies for you to choose from and our local vendors will be back with their unique and delicious homemade goodies!. Don't miss it. We can wait to see you all. Invite your friends. Every Friday from 10-1. Bring the kids. We will have the bounce house, magic schoolbus, and playground open. Fun for the whole family!!

๐ŸŒฑ๐ŸŒฑ๐ŸŒฑWe are taking applications for our market! Apply on our website.


Don't forget, we have extras every week. Look at the variety we have for you thise week!!!

Did You KNOW?!!

We accept EBT for a CSA share for 50% our regular prices!

If you or someone you know would like a SNAP share, please email Beth at

YOU WILL NOT BE PAYING EBT ON THE WEBSITE! Payment will be once a month at your pick up location.



For Payment: Cash or Check at the drops or the balance can be sent via PayPal to or Venmo to Ahavah Farm LLC or by credit card or regular debit cards via Square!!!


Ahavah Community Initiative is the most important part of Ahavah Farm!

We are dedicated to providing and getting nourishing foods to the people who need it the most!

The need for healthy and pure food is higher than ever!

The GIVE! campaign is going to be running all of December and your donation will be matched!


Ahavah Community Initiative (ACI) is always fundraising to be able to offer free or subsidized CSA memberships to families in need.

๐Ÿ˜ƒ Bring A Buck to your pick-up location and help feed struggling families in our community!


What's in your bags this week?

Winter Week 1 - Feb 8th & 9th

Look at those values this week: WOW!!!

Small - $30.75

Medium - $46.00

Large - $63.50


This Week's Harvest

As always, nothing is guaranteed. These are the items that are "in season" and are anticipated to be ready this week (which may or may not be available at the CSA).

  • Small = 4-6 items per week ($25/wk)

  • Medium = 7-9 items per week ($35/wk)

  • Large = 10-12 items per week ($45/wk)

  • Tatsoi- This is a very versatile green, equally suited to being served raw or lightly cooked. To make it easy, just use tatsoi anywhere you'd use spinach.

  • Mustard greens- Add these leafy greens to your diet by mixing mustard greens into a chopped salad or cook it like most leafy greens. The greens are high in Vitamin A, Vitamin K, B1, B2, B6, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E!

  • Onions- Our delicious onion varieties add flavor and texture to soups, salsas, curries, and sauces. They can also act as toppers for entrees like chili and burgers.

  • Radishes- Radishes are most often served raw, halved and sprinkled with salt, shaved into salads, layered over butter-smeared baguettes, or shredded into slaws. They also can be marinated with olive oil and lemon and mint for a refreshing salad, and they can be pickled with a classic vinegar-sugar-salt mix.

  • Turnips - the turnips were a little small this week, but that just means that they are sweeter! But the greens...those greens are so beautiful and so tasty! Buttery and LOADED with nutrition, we love to sautรฉ these amazing greens and eat them alone with some garlic and onion or add them to eggs or a stew. The flavor isn't just amazing, the calcium bioavailability is beyond any other food on earth๐Ÿ˜ฒ!

  • Carrots- The best carrots around! You will be amazed by how much flavor our carrots pack. Many of our members have commented that they cannot go back to store-bought after tasting our pure, beyond organic carrots!

  • Arugula- A leafy green with a peppery taste. Use it in salads, sandwiches, and as a garnish. It is rich in vitamins and minerals!

  • Barley Wheat Grass - Many of our members absolutely love our barley grass and use it religiously. We hope you take the time to learn and enjoy this most amazingly nutritious green! More nutritious than wheat grass and less bitter, barley grass is used mostly for juicing. However, I, Yosef (and many of our team members) love to use it as an energy and nutrition

  • Dried Herbs - Basil, dill, mint and fennel (our herb room smells like heaven!๐Ÿ˜‡).

  • Radish Microgreens - Next to the barley grass and the sunshoots, radish microgreens are some of the most nutritiously-dense items we grow on the farm and not only that, but during our annual survey last year, they ranked as the #1 most requested and love item we grow! They have a fantastic bite to them, last considerably long in the refrigerator and are beautiful in appearance.

  • Pea Shoots - One of the most desired and sought after items we provide are these pea shoots! Quite literally the best you added to any dish or salad. Our favorite way is to add them to stews and soups. A perfect topper too! Here are four fun ways to use Pea Shoots:

  • Broccoli Microgreens - Last week we told you that Radish Microgreens were the #1 most loved item we grow, well, these microgreens weren't on the list then! I have a sneaking suspicion that these microgreens are the real winners!

  • Sunshoots - Our sunshoots are certainly some of the nicest, most high-quality sunshoots you will ever find (that actually goes for all our microgreens). They are one of the most beloved items we grow as well and a regular staple to our CSA. Here are some ideas to use your sunnies this week:

  • Living Herbs - We have an abundance of beautiful living herbs for you. Choose from cilantro, oregano, parsley and more. Each plant counts as one serving.


Veggie of the week!


This delicious green is part ot Brassica family, which includes cabbage and kale. It is native to Asia and is known for its mild, mustard-like flavor and tender leaves, making it a popular choice for salads and stir-fires.

A Recipe you might try.

Vegan Tatsoi Stir Fry:


1 bunch of tatsoi, washed and chopped

1 tablespoon sesame oil

2 cloves garlic, minced

1 tablespoon soy sauce

1 tablespoon rice vinegar

1 teaspoon maple syrup

optional: tofu or tempeh cubed


1. Heat sesame oil in a large skillet over medium heat.

2. add minced garlic and cook until fragrant - about 1 minute

3. if using tofu or tempeh, add it to the skillet, and cook until browned, - about 5-7 minutes

4. add chopped tatsoi to the skillet and cook until wilted - about 2-3 minutes

5 in a small bowl, mix soy sauce, rice vinegar, and maple syrup. Pour over the tatsoi mixture and stir well to combine.

6. Cook for an additional 2-3 minutes, then remove from heat and serve hot.


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