Our Local Dogma Box includes organic fruits and vegetables sourced as close to Boston as possible throughout the year. Similar to a CSA or farm share, this box is filled with the best organic produce from local and regional farms and brought right to your door each week.
California produces over 80% of the garlic grown in the United States, so it's a rare treat for us to have some locally-grown organic garlic! This garlic from Red Fire Farm is particularly flavorful and will add a little extra bite to your fall feasts.
We're also excited for the beautiful organic spinach that Read Miller grew for the Boston Organics Community. His orchards in southern Vermont produce some of the best certified organic apples in New England and he's bringing our Dogma Box customers a delightful mix of McIntosh and Empire apples this week!
This week’s Dogma Box contains:
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- Beets – Atlas Farm (S. Deerfield, MA)
- Carrots – Atlas Farm (S. Deerfield, MA)
- Parsnips – Atlas Farm (S. Deerfield, MA)
- Potatoes – Atlas Farm (S. Deerfield, MA)
- Turnips – Atlas Farm (S. Deerfield, MA)
- Basil – Happy Valley Organics (Whately, MA)
- Garlic – Red Fire Farm (Granby, MA)
- Kohlrabi – Red Fire Farm (Granby, MA)
- Apples – Dwight Miller Orchards (E. Dummerston, VT)
- Spinach – Dwight Miller Orchards (E. Dummerston, VT)
- Onions – Porter Farms (Elba, NY)
Our regular Dogma Box customers are probably already familiar with the wonky green root vegetable called kohlrabi. A descendent of wild cabbage, this lovable root veggie tastes similar to a fresh broccoli stem and can be eaten raw or cooked.
We recommend you slice up your Red Fire Farm kohlrabi alongside a few of Atlas Farm's potatoes and give them a generous dose of butter and cream in this simple gratin recipe.
Don't forget, you can now add creamy half & half to your regular delivery, made on Kimball Brook's organic farm in western Vermont!