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Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Produce Terminal
If you are readers of Kim's at Life In A Shoe you heard about her trip to the Produce Terminal. But if not well my real life friend Kim and another friend made a trip the produce terminal in town a couple of weeks ago. After that trip they invited me and other friends at church and some family and outside friends to participate. A spreadsheet was made and Kim and Jenny braved the produce terminal this time armed with a list of things for 11 people in total. We met them to sort out the produce and pick up our order. For around $35 dollars or so I came home with the following:

10 lbs Jonagold Apples (they were so sweet and yummy and large)
6 avocados
10 lbs of Bananas (I am not a banana person but these were the best bananas I have ever eatten. If I had always eaten these I would be a banana person they were so sweet)
7 lbs of brocolli florets
4 cantalope
5 large cuccumbers
5 lbs nectarines
5 lbs strawberries
2 very large zucchini (did I say very large because they were huge)

I picked this up Friday afternoon and as soon as I got home left and the kids so only one banana a piece were eaten. Well by Sunday we had no bananas, no apples, no nectarines and no cantalopes left. We had only 1 gallon size ziplock of brocolli left. My oldest son ate a gallon and a 1/2 of brocolli in less than 24 hrs. I found these special steam bags at the store just toss in your food, seal it and cook in microwave. Perfectly steamed vegetable (or whatever you put in there) comes out.
We will definetly be ordering more in the weeks to come. Thanks so very much Kim and Jenny for all the work that goes into this and for offering to do it in the first place. We over hear are very greatful.

  posted at 3/11/2008  


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