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Choose a Wanigan Basket

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10 products

A variety of various keeps things interesting.

The contents of the baskets change every week as different veggies are harvested by our Brampton farmers and other farms through the seasons.  To see this weeks contents, simply click on any of the "ORDER" buttons associated with a basket below.

Fruit & Veg 25 Wanigan Basket
Fruit & Veg 25 Wanigan Basket
$25.00
Fruit 25 Wanigan Basket
Fruit 25 Wanigan Basket
$25.00
Large Wanigan Basket
Large Wanigan Basket
$54.00
Local Harvest Basket
Local Harvest Basket
$25.00
Medium Wanigan Basket
Medium Wanigan Basket
$44.00
Metro Wanigan Basket
Metro Wanigan Basket
$25.00
Small Wanigan Baskets
Small Wanigan Baskets
$34.00
Veg 25 Wanigan Basket
Veg 25 Wanigan Basket
$25.00
Wanigan Cold Press Juice and Smoothie Basket
Wanigan Cold Press Juice and Smoothie Basket
$40.00
Wanigan Juicer's Basket
Wanigan Juicer's Basket
$30.00
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Organic Shallots Are Here - Let The Fall Harvest Begin!

Although technically it's still summer for another week, signs that the fall harvest is just around the corner are everywhere. Last week we were picking crispy poplar leaves out of the baby kale that came from McVean Farm.  HOPE Farm, a Mennonite organic farmer's collective from Aylmer, Ontario, sent of a bright coloured assortment of fall squash, including pie pumpkins.  

Local organic shallots are the newest fall treat to head our way.  If you haven't cooked with them before, organic shallots are more tender in texture and milder in flavor than onions.  They also cook more quickly. Since each head is made up of several cloves, you might almost think of shallots as resembling garlic more than onions.  But shallots have a subtler, sweeter flavour than either onions or garlic. Browning them, though, will cause the taste to go somewhat bitter, so if you are sautéing them, just cook them until they are translucent and soft.

Store shallots in a cool, dark, well ventilated place. Don't put them in plastic bags. Avoid refrigerating them or storing with any food that may absorb their flavour.  Enjoy!

Garden Fresh Every Week

We continue to enjoy the bountiful local harvest from McVean Farm and pass on that pride in supporting our local farmers to you. So thanks once again for all you are contributing to. We’re sure you are absolutely LOVING your weekly baskets!

Do you have a home garden? Are you using an assortment of home-grown veg along with what you are receiving in your Wanigan? We want to know! Share your recipes and what you create in your kitchen with us and on social media.

Our current fave hashtag is #mywanigan.

Nothing makes us happier than the results of our hard work. Bringing organic fruits and vegetables into your home to support your health and well-being, gives us SO much joy! And it doesn't stop there. Your post could inspire someone else to take that first step and order a basket or try a new recipe. Share our page with your friends and family and don’t forget to take advantage of our referral program:

$20 off your next order once they place one!

Crunchy Purple Carrots

Meet Bob and Aqra (holding purple carrots) Baloch, and Bob’s uncle Muhammad, where we caught up with them at McVean Farm. Bob is a very skilled organic farmer who has grown a wide variety of yummy veggies for our baskets this summer. This week we are excited to have Bob’s bunched purple carrots in many of our Wanigans. It is just so important for local organic farmer's like Bob to have a place like Wanigan to sell to, with all it's awesome members getting baskets every week.  Then Bob knows how much to plant and can concentrate on growing!

Bob is interested in everything to do with farming, including the history of the carrot. He explained to us that originally carrots were purple or yellow, introduced by the Persians to Europe. In the 1500s Dutch growers cultivated an orange variety to play political favour with the royal House of Orange. As Bob summed it up, ‘Sometimes small things change the course of history.’

Enjoy the awesome crunch and sweetness of purple carrots!