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9 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 Small
Fruit & Veg Small
Fruit & Veg Original
Fruit & Veg Original
Fruit & Veg Medium
Fruit & Veg Medium
Fruit & Veg Large
Fruit & Veg Large
Local Harvest (Seasonal)
Local Harvest (Seasonal)
Fruit 25
Fruit 25
Veg Small
Veg Small
Juicer's Basket
Juicer's Basket
Juice & Smoothies
Juice & Smoothies
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Yam Ginger Soup

Here's a nutritious, warming soup recipe using lots of healthy ingredients.

I like this recipe because you can just put everything together at once and let it ride on the stove with just the occasional stir and the outcome is a very tasty, wholesome dish.

One of the habits I've developed in the kitchen is to prepare the ingredients as much as I can before I start the "cooking" part. I separate each ingredient in different dishes or bowls and sometimes even line them up in the sequence that I will use them. Then, before moving on to the cooking part, I'll clean up all the stuff I'm no longer using to give me lots of room.

I find it keeps me organized, giving me a clutter (stress) free environment to work in.

It's a simple thing but I enjoy cooking more when I take my time and am not scrambling around piles of dirty dishes and used measuring cups.

Here's the recipe.

3 large yams, peeled and cubed
2 pears, seeded and cubed
1 red pepper, chopped
1 stalk of celery, chopped
2 inches of ginger, grated
3 cloves of garlic, minced
1 tbsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp sea salt
1/2 tsp cayenne
1/4 tsp ground black pepper
5 cups water

Place all ingredient, except the pear, into a large pot. Simmer until yams are tender, about 20 minutes, adding the pears for the last 5 minutes.

This recipe works great in a crockpot. Cook on high for 3 - 4 hours until yams are tender, adding the pears in the last 1/2 hour of cooking.

With a mixer or blender, blend until smooth.


Broccoli Salad

If you’re receiving a Wanigan delivery this week, there’s a good chance you’ll be getting a head of broccoli amongst all your veggies.

Here's an easy to make recipe to try.  Look familiar? It's the recipe that we've included with each delivery this week.

Anyone can make this and it really doesn't take a master chef to make this one taste great. If you like, you can easily manipulate the flavours a bit by adding more or less garlic or even try without the sunflower seeds if you don’t have any handy.

It’s kid-friendly and you can easily reduce the cayenne to half or even zero if you want to keep it kick free.

Broccoli Salad Recipe:

1 head of broccoli with stalks
3 cloves garlic, minced
3/4 cup sunflower seeds
1/4 cup nutritional yeast
1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 tsp pepper
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp cayenne

Separate broccoli florets from the stalks. Carefully peel the stalks and slice into rounds. Place broccoli, sunflower seeds, garlic, olive oil in a large mixing bowl and toss to combine.

Spread onto baking sheet and sprinkle seasonings and nutritional yeast, lightly toss and bake at 400 for 25 minutes or until the broccoli floret tips are browned.

Makes 4 servings.


Carrot Mandarin Kale Juice (or if you're ready, a smoothie)

Here's a really healthy recipe you can make as a juice or a smoothie.

It's easy as the ingredients are staples in most kitchens and to keep it convenient, you can substitute the types of oranges and apples to whatever you have in the kitchen. You'll feel yourself rejuvenating with every sip of this nutritious juice.

For a more heavy duty experience, you can blend this into a smoothie. It goes down like a meal and fills the fuel tank right up as it's quite thick. If you're trying to convince your kids or someone else in your family on the merits of a green smoothie, don't start with this one.  This is more of a "professional" grade smoothie with its strong garlic and ginger kick.

Trust me, start with the juice and work your way up ;)

7 Carrots
2 leaves of kale
3 fuji apples
2 mandarin oranges
1/2" of ginger
1 small  garlic clove

Feed all the ingredients through a juicer.

To make a smoothie, simply blend the ingredients with water.  Start with 1 cup water and add as desired.

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