Farm Fresh to You

I’m in a fruit and vegetable rut. Every week it’s the same standard fare, the same types of meals, with the same boring foods, and food ennui is the kiss of death for me and weight loss.

In an effort to get out of my comfort zone, I’ve been pondering a subscription to a home organic produce delivery service. Here, that service is Farm Fresh to You, a farm in the Capay Valley about 90 miles north of San Francisco. .

I’ll admit, I’m intrigued. The whole seasonal produce thing sounds fab, but as one in possession of a black thumb (and I mean I kill just about everything I try to grow) backyard gardening is out of the question. And before you ask, we have a gardener since I’m kinda prissy and hate, hate, HATE getting dirty.

Moving on.

My stylist and I were discussing this Friday night and she said the drawback for her was never knowing what she was going to get. HA! Isn’t that my point exactly? To push my boundaries? To escape the blahs of boring eating? To get out of my normal routine and eat something besides my every day produce selections?

No decision yet, but I’m heavily in favor. We’ll see.

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I'm just a girl doing a thing. A little sarcastic, a little cynical, and a total sassbot. Nothing's off limits here, but my primary focus is weight loss. Still, you might find commentary on anything ranging from makeup to music to fashion to beer and dancing.
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2 Responses to Farm Fresh to You

  1. Shelly says:

    I did farm fresh to you and really liked it. Had it delivered to my office so I could always be there to sign for it.

    I only stopped ’cause I couldn’t eat the whole small box before it went bad but you cook more than i do and have someone else at home.

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