Out With The Old, In With The New

It’s time to start planting our fall crops, i.e. broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower.  Here at Sandbox Organics finding more space for things to grow can be a bit of a challenge.  Luckily, a lot of those same crops from the spring are done producing for us, so we can rip them out of the ground and make way for the new stuff.  When you harvest things like cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower, you cut the “head” from the center of the plant and leave behind lots of perfectly edible leaves.  We don’t see these greens in the grocery store because they don’t quite stand out like chard or collards do.  Still, I thought I’d try to do something with them this year.  Turns out cauliflower greens make a pretty incredible Kimchi!

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Tasty lookin’ cauliflower greens.

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Kimchi made by Liat from the cauliflower greens.

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Bok choi where the cauliflower used to be.

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