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Seabreeze Ingredients for July 22nd and 23rd, 2020

July 19, 2020
Volume 1,687
The ingredients below will be included in our
July 22nd & 23rd deliveries and farm pickups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Farm Pick-up orders: Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday
Large
Red bell peppers
Bananas
Sprouts
Red mangos
Lettuce
Flowers
Spinach
Broccolini
Blueberries
D’Anjou pears
Black seedless grapes
Salad Mix
Dates
Large, No Fruit
Red bell peppers
Heirloom zucchini
Lettuce
Flowers
Spinach
Broccolini
Salad Mix
Medium
Bananas
Sprouts
Red mangos
Red bell peppers
Lettuce
Flowers
Spinach
Broccolini
Blueberries
Heirloom zucchini
Black seedless grapes
Salad Mix
Dates
Petite
Red bell peppers
Mini bouquet
Lettuce
Broccolini
Blueberries
Black seedless grapes
Salad Mix
Juicing
Bananas
Sprouts
Red mangos
Pineapple
Lettuce
Spinach
Kale
Blueberries
D’Anjou pears
Black seedless grapes
Salad Mix
Dates
Fruit Only
Red mangos
D’Anjou pears
Black seedless grapes
Bananas
Pineapple
Blueberries
Let’s Grill!
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours.
Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm.
Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. on Wednesday.
You may come to pick up until 6 pm.
Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families.
You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives.
It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others.
Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie

Seabreeze Ingredients for July 15th and 16th, 2020

July 10, 2020

Volume 1,686

The ingredients below will be included in our

July 15th and 16th deliveries and farm pick-ups.

Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.

 

Farm Pick-up orders: Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday

Large

Large avocados

Bananas

Sprouts

Lettuce

Grape tomatoes

Flowers

Scallions.

Yellow peaches

Nectarines

Cherries

Black plums

Salad Mix

Baby peeled carrots

 

 

Large, No Fruit

Heirloom zucchini

Lettuce

Large avocados

Flowers

Cone cabbage

Scallions.

Salad Mix

Baby peeled carrots

 

Medium

Bananas

Sprouts

Large avocados

Grape tomatoes

Garlic

Flowers

Scallions.

Yellow peaches

Red grapes

Heirloom zucchini

Black plums

Cherries

Salad Mix

 

 

Petite

Mini bouquet

Lettuce

Grape tomatoes

Scallions.

Black plums

Salad Mix

Cherries

 

 

 

Juicing

Bananas

Sprouts

Small watermelon

Grape tomatoes

Cone cabbage

Kale

Broccolini

Yellow peaches

Nectarines

Black plums

Strawberries

Salad Mix

Cherries

Baby peeled carrots

 

Fruit Only

Bananas

Large avocados

Grape tomatoes

Kumquats, oranges or apples

Red grapes

Nectarines

Cherries

Black plums

Dates

SESAME OIL

$10.25 per 12 oz. jar

This oil is indispensable in my kitchen. Use as is for wonderful flavor or as a coating light cooking oil. I guarantee you’ll like it.

Omega Nutrition’s certified organic Sesame Oil has an exceptional light and delicate flavor, which is a result of cold pressing oil from hulled sesame seeds. Many commercial sesame oils are roasted, refined or extracted using hexane giving them a very heavy aroma and taste.

Sweet Annie

$8.00 per bunch

Must experience at least once.

This aromatic herb from the Artemesia family is wonderful to inhale and dries well. It’s a gorgeous green with

delicate fern-like leaves.

When dried, bunches are used as rimming for wreaths.

Double the value!

Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.

We’ve a great Seabreeze team

working together to make that possible.

 

Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours.

Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.

To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm.

Thanks for understanding.

 

PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. on Wednesday.

You may come to pick up until 6 pm.

Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.

 

A couple more things:

If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families.

You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives.

It’s a good thing all ’round.

 

Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others.

Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips.

 

May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week bring you sustenance and satisfaction.

 

Wishing you health and safety,

Seabreeze Ingredients for July 8th and 9th, 2020

July 3, 2020
Volume 1,685
The ingredients below will be included in our
July 8th & 9th deliveries and farm pickups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Farm Pick-up orders: Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday
Large
2 ea. Cucumbers
1.8 # Bananas
1.5 # Yukon potatoes
1.5 # Peaches
1.5 # Black plums
1 ea. Sprouts
1 ea. Lettuce
1 ea. Flowers
1 bu Italian parsley or chives
1 bsk Blueberries
1 b Tat-soi, kale or Swiss Chard
0.75 # Green grapes
0.5 # Salad Mix
0.3 # Local dates
Large, No Fruit
1.5 # Heirloom zucchini
1 ea. Sprouts
1 ea. Napa cabbage
1 ea. Lettuce
1 ea. Flowers
1 ea. Cucumbers
1 bu Italian parsley or chives
1 b Tat-soi, kale or Swiss Chard
1 # Yukon potatoes
0.5 # Salad Mix
Medium
1.8 # Bananas
1.5 # Yukon potatoes
1 ea. Sprouts
1 ea. Flowers
1 ea. Cucumbers
1 bu Italian parsley or chives
1 b Tat-soi, kale or Swiss Chard
1 # Peaches
1 # Heirloom zucchini
1 # Black plums
0.75 # Green grapes
0.5 # Salad Mix
0.3 # Local dates
  Petite
1.8 # Bananas
1 ea. Sprouts
1 ea. Mini bouquet
1 ea. Lettuce
1 bu Italian parsley or chives
1 b Tat-soi, kale or Swiss Chard
0.8 # Green grapes
0.5 # Salad Mix
Juicing
2 ea. Cucumbers
1.8 # Bananas
1.5 # Black plums
1 ea. Napa cabbage
1 ea. Ginger
1 bu Kale
1 bu Broccolini
1 bsk Blueberries
1 # Peaches
1 # Apricots
0.75 # Green grapes
0.5 # Salad Mix
0.5 # Baby peeled carrots
0.3 # Local dates
Fruit Only
2 # Peaches
2 # Black plums
1.8 # Bananas
1.5 # Green grapes
1 bsk Blueberries
1 # Nectarines
1 # Apricots
0.3 # Local dates
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours.
Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm.
Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. on Wednesday.
You may come to pick up until 6 pm.
Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families.
You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives.
It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others.
Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie

Seabreeze Ingredients for July 1st and 2nd, 2020

June 27, 2020
Volume 1,684
The ingredients below will be included in our
July 1st and 2nd deliveries and farm pickups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Farm Pick-up orders: Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday
Large
Cucumbers
Bananas
Yukon potatoes
Peaches
Black plums
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Italian parsley or chives
Blueberries
Tat-soi, kale or Swiss Chard
Green grapes
Salad Mix
Local dates
Large, No Fruit
Heirloom zucchini
Sprouts
Napa cabbage
Lettuce
Flowers
Cucumbers
Italian parsley or chives
Tat-soi, kale or Swiss Chard
Yukon potatoes
Salad Mix
Medium
Bananas
Yukon potatoes
Sprouts
Flowers
Cucumbers
Italian parsley or chives
Tat-soi, kale or Swiss Chard
Peaches
Heirloom zucchini
Black plums
Green grapes
Salad Mix
Local dates
Petite
Bananas
Sprouts
Mini bouquet
Lettuce
Italian parsley or chives
Tat-soi, kale or Swiss Chard
Green grapes
Salad Mix
Juicing
Cucumbers
Bananas
Black plums
Napa cabbage
Ginger
Kale
Broccolini
Blueberries
Peaches
Apricots
Green grapes
Salad Mix
Baby peeled carrots
Local dates
Fruit Only
Peaches
Black plums
Bananas
Green grapes
Blueberries
Nectarines
Apricots
Local dates
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours.
Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm.
Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. on Wednesday.
You may come to pick up until 6 pm.
Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families.
You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives.
It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others.
Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie

Seabreeze Ingredients for June 24th and 25th

June 20, 2020
Volume 1,683
The ingredients below will be included in our
June 24th and 25th deliveries and farm pickups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Farm Pick-up orders: Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday
Large
Fuji apples
Avocado, large
Bananas
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Bok choi, Russian kale or Swiss Chard
Genovese basil
Red grapes
Heirloom zucchini
Salad Mix
Asparagus
Large, No Fruit
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Bok choi, Russian kale or Swiss Chard
Genovese basil
Heirloom zucchini
Asparagus
Salad Mix
Medium
Fuji apples
Avocado, large
Bananas
Sprouts
Flowers
Bok choi, Russian kale or Swiss Chard
Baby leeks
Red grapes
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Asparagus
Petite
Sprouts
Mini bouquet
Avocado, large
Bok choi, Russian kale or Swiss Chard
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Juicing
Valencia oranges
Bananas
Tuscan cantaloupe
Sprouts
Kale
Broccolini
Raspberries
Italian parsley
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Carrots
Fruit Only
Valencia oranges
Fuji apples
Bananas
Tuscan cantaloupe
Avocado, large
Raspberries
Strawberries
Red grapes
Savoy Cabbage
$3.25 per head
This variety is mild flavor, crispy and easy to cut. Makes an excellent summer cole slaw, quick stir-fry with sesame oil or in a soup/stew. It’s also a good source of Thiamin, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Potassium, and a great source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Folate and Manganese. These are all nutrients important to our immune systems.
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours.
Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm. Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. on Wednesday.
You may come to pick up until 6 pm.
Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families or through Produce for Patriots, the non-profit founded by one of our shareholders, Rob M. You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives. It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others. Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips. May our food this week nourish, comfort and sustain you.
USDA: Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week
bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie

Seabreeze Ingredients for June 17th and 18th Coconut Oil is a decadent and healthy choice

June 12, 2020
Volume 1,682
The ingredients below will be included in our
June 17th and 18th deliveries and farm pick-ups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Farm Pick-up orders: Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday
Large
Yellow bell peppers
Peaches
Fuji apples
Bananas
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Avocados, large
Young leeks or scallions
Mizuna or Swiss chard
Heirloom zucchini
Salad Mix
Dates
Large, No Fruit
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Avocados, large
Young leeks or scallions
Mizuna or Swiss chard
Red potatoes
Heirloom zucchini
Salad Mix
Baby carrots
Medium
Peaches
Fuji apples
Bananas
Yellow onions
Yellow bell peppers
Sprouts
Flowers
Avocados, large
Young leeks or scallions
Mizuna or Swiss chard
Red potatoes
Salad Mix
Baby carrots
Dates
Fruit Only
Peaches
Nectarines
Fuji apples
Bananas
Lemons
Italian melon
Avocados, large
Dates
Juicing
Peaches
Nectarines
Fuji apples
Atualfo mango
Bananas
Sprouts
Lemons
Italian melon
Ginger
Mizuna or Swiss chard
Kale
Baby carrots
Salad Mix
Dates
Petite
Bananas
Yellow bell peppers
Sprouts
Mini bouquet
Mizuna or Swiss chard
Salad Mix
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours.
Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm. Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. on Wednesday.
You may come to pick up until 6 pm.
Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families or through Produce for Patriots, the non-profit founded by one of our shareholders, Rob M. You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives. It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others. Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips. May our food this week nourish, comfort and sustain you.
USDA: Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week
bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie

Flowers Are More Than Just a Pretty Face

May 24, 2020
Volume 1,679
The ingredients below will be included in our
May 27th and 28th deliveries and farm pick-ups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Large
Corn
Blood oranges
Bananas
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Avocados, large
Cherry radishes
Bok choi, Swiss chard or kale
Strawberries
Asparagus
Salad Mix
Local dates
Large, No Fruit
 Corn
 Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Avocados, large
Bok choi, Swiss chard or kale
Asparagus
Salad Mix
Medium
Corn
Cara cara or Navel oranges
Bananas
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Avocados, large
Cherry radishes
Bok choi, Swiss chard or kale
Strawberries
Asparagus
Salad Mix
Juicing
Blood oranges
Cara cara or Navel oranges
Bananas
Ginger
Sprouts
Small watermelon
Eureka lemon
Cucumbers
Cherry tomatoes
Kale
Bok choi, Swiss chard or kale
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Local dates
Petite
Corn
Sprouts
Mini bouquet
Cabbage
Bok choi, Swiss chard or kale
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Asparagus
Fruit Only
Peaches
Blood oranges
Cara cara or Navel oranges
Bananas
Small watermelon
Eureka lemon
Avocados, large
Strawberries
Local dates
Quick Reminder:

Online Ordering Stops at 3 PM Sunday
Click Here to go shopping
Fresh supply of eggs available for this week’s orders
and
our mixed flower
bouquets are gorgeous.
Sweet Batavian Crisphead Lettuce
Batavian lettuces are one of our specialties. Somewhat of a cross between a butter lettuce and a romaine, has good flavor and a crisp leaf. Responds well to either a light oil and vinegar or a heavier creamy or Cesar dressing.
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours. Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm. Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. You may come to pick up until 6 pm.
Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families or through Produce for Patriots, the non-profit founded by one of our shareholders, Rob M. You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives. It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others. Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips. May our food this week nourish, comfort and sustain you.
USDA: Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week
bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie

Loads of citrus this week for all members to enjoy!

We’re boosting our immune systems with vitamin C

May 14, 2020
Volume 1,678
The ingredients below will be included in our
May 20th and 21st deliveries and farm pick-ups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Large
Fuji or Gala apples
Cara Cara Navel oranges
Blood oranges
Cucumber
Avocados
Bananas
Sprouts
Spanish onion-large
Lettuce
Flowers
Eureka lemons
Tat soi, cabbage, spinach or chard
Broccolini
Salad Mix
Large, No Fruit
Avocados
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Cabbage
Tat soi, cabbage, spinach or chard
Radishes
Salad Mix
Medium
Fuji or Gala apples
Cara Cara Navel oranges
Blood oranges
Bananas
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Eureka lemons
Cucumber
Avocados
Tat soi, cabbage, spinach or chard
Broccolini
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Juicing
Cara Cara Navel oranges
Blood oranges
Fuji or Gala apples
Bananas
Sprouts
Eureka lemons
Cucumber
Tat soi, cabbage, spinach or chard
Kale
Broccolini
Strawberries
Asian guavas
Salad Mix
Local dates
Petite
Blood oranges
Sprouts
Mini bouquet
Lettuce
Eureka lemons
Cucumber
Cara Cara Navel oranges
Avocados
Tat soi, cabbage, spinach or chard
Bananas
Salad Mix
Fruit Only
Blood oranges
Fuji or Gala apples
Cara Cara Navel oranges
Avocados
Bananas
Eureka lemons
Strawberries
Asian guavas
Local dates
Click here to add ingredients through our Green Store. 

Online ordering is between 8 AM Friday – 3 PM Sunday
 the week before any scheduled farm pick-up or deliver
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours. Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm. Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. You may come to pick up until 6 pm.
Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families or through Produce for Patriots, the non-profit founded by one of our shareholders, Rob M. You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives. It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others. Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips. May our food this week nourish, comfort and sustain you.
USDA: Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week
bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie

Fresh-Cut Flowers for Mom

May 8, 2020
Volume 1,677
The ingredients below will be included in our
May 13th and 14th deliveries and farm pick-ups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Large
Corn
Bananas
Sprouts
Lettuce
Grape tomatoes
Flowers
Strawberries
Lavender or
Lemon verbena or
Mint
Broccoli
Arugula
Blueberries
Red grapes
Salad Mix
Large, No Fruit
Corn
Sprouts
Flowers
Lavender or
Lemon verbena or
Mint
Broccoli
Arugula
Salad Mix
Baby carrots
Medium
Corn
Bananas
Sprouts
Grape tomatoes
Flowers
Strawberries
Lavender or
Lemon verbena or
Mint
Arugula
Blueberries
Red grapes
Salad Mix
Baby carrots
Juicing
Tangelos
Valencia (juicing) oranges
Bananas
Sprouts
Tat soi
Strawberries
Lavender or
Lemon verbena or
Mint
Kale
Blueberries
Red grapes
Broccoli
Salad Mix
Local dates
Petite
Corn
Sprouts
Mini bouquet
Strawberries
Arugula
Bananas
Red grapes
Grape tomatoes
Salad Mix
Fruit Only
Tangelos
Grapefruit
1Valencia (juicing) oranges
Bananas
Strawberries
Blueberries
Red grapes
Local dates

Click here to add ingredients through our Green Store. 

Online ordering is between 8 AM Friday – 3 PM Sunday the week before any scheduled
farm pick-up or deliver
$125.00 each car
Saturdays are flower harvesting here at Seabreeze, and we can safely have 3 cars and passengers come to enjoy the beauty of the Farm flowers and pick a  huge  bouquet for yourselves or Mom.
We will of course, observe social distancing and Stephenie will direct you to the flower areas designated for you. Bring the family, dogs on leash and scissors to get out and enjoy the fresh air and healthy surroundings.
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours. Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm. Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. You may come to pick up until 6 pm. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. We had a few left over from last weeks so there’s a few that missed your flowers. Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families or through Produce for Patriots, the non-profit founded by one of our shareholders, Rob M. You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives. It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others. Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips. May our food this week nourish, comfort and sustain you.
USDA: Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week
bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie

Want to see what’s in your delivery next week? And new gift items!

May 1, 2020
Volume 1,676
The ingredients below will be included in our
May 6th and 7th deliveries and farm pick-ups.
Please keep in mind that last-minute substitutions are sometimes necessary.
Large
Red bell peppers
Avocado, medium
Bananas
Sprouts
Lettuce
Flowers
Cucumber
Cherry mix tomatoes
Broccoli
Blueberries
Rosemary, mint or lavender
Green Beans
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Large, No Fruit
Red bell peppers
Avocado, medium
Fresh onions or leeks
Flowers
Cucumber
Broccoli
Rosemary, mint or lavender
Red Russian or Curly Kale
Green Beans
Salad Mix
Medium
Bananas
Sprouts
Red bell peppers
Fresh onions or leeks
Flowers
Cucumber
Broccoli
Blueberries
Avocado, medium
Rosemary, mint or lavender
Green Beans
Cherry mix tomatoes
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Juicing
Kiwi’s
Cucumber
Blueberries
Atualfo mangos
Rosemary, mint or lavender
Red Russian or Curly Kale
Kale
Strawberries
Baby carrots
Cherry mix tomatoes
Broccoli
Salad Mix
Petite
Sprouts
Red bell peppers
Mini bouquet
Lettuce
Kiwi’s
Fresh onions or leeks
Red Russian or Curly Kale
Green Beans
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Fruit Only
Kiwi’s
Atualfo mangos
Bananas
Cherry mix tomatoes
Blueberries
Avocado, medium
Strawberries
Our goal for our members is diversity of items, nutrition, value and convenience.
We’ve a great Seabreeze team
working together to make that possible.
Farm Pick-up orders will be on the table next to the cooler. This minimizes touching other bags looking for yours. Please pick up between 1 and 6 pm on Wednesday and if you can’t make it until Thursday, that’s ok, just please drop me a note so we’ll know you’re coming. If you don’t pick up your order, it means we have to go back at night to be sure they are put back into the cooler. Translation: more work and detail after a long day.
To maintain social distancing, only those with prior clearance may visit the farm. Thanks for understanding.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO PICKUP BEFORE 1 P.M. You may come to pick up until 6 pm. Your flowers will be in buckets near your items for you to choose. We had a few left over from last weeks so there’s a few that missed your flowers. Any product not picked up on Wednesday without prior notification will be charged a $7.50 handling fee.
A couple more things:
If you would like to help support the Farm and our work, please consider signing up for our Hungry Heroes program that donates to appreciative San Diego military families or through Produce for Patriots, the non-profit founded by one of our shareholders, Rob M. You’ll receive a personal Thank You note from the family that receives. It’s a good thing all ’round.
Here’s to good food, friends, families and helping others. Call or email me if you have any questions or need cooking tips. May our food this week nourish, comfort and sustain you.
USDA: Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production.
May your fresh flowers, fruits and veggies for the week
bring you sustenance and satisfaction.
Wishing you health and safety,
Stephenie