Well folks, we are just swimming in beans - sure hope you find lots of ways to enjoy them! Keep in mind they are pretty easy to freeze, if you find you cannot use them, just head over to the "What do I do with this" page on the website and search for the instructions.
The bigger tomatoes are starting to ripen as well, and they are even easier to freeze than beans. Just cut them up, put them in a freezer bag and you're done. They are a bit gloopy when thawed out, but great for making sauce in the winter!
And I am super excited to announce that the peaches are beginning to ripen! This is the first year our peach tree has produced more than a handful. The branches are bent down to the ground with the weight of the fruit right now! You'll need to let them ripen on your counter for a few days for them to be absolutely perfect.
In this week's share: beans (did I mention there are a lot of beans??), blackberries/strawberries (for those who didn't get them last time) carrots, cucumbers (for some), kale (for the greens folks), melons (mix of cantaloupe, watermelon, and honeydew), onion, peaches, peppers (mix), summer squash, tomatoes (mix), and turnips,