This Week’s Receipt

We are still getting tomatoes from the garden!  And cabbage and collards, which is still exciting.  Any suggestions on crops we can plant RIGHT NOW?  Let us know in the comments.

Since last week was such a jumble (we spent another $4.50 on pasta and italian ice, which left us $2.15 extra), here is a detailed receipt from the Coop.

  • Crunchy sprout: 1.85
  • Pajarero dried figs: 1.90
  • Dried Apricots: 1.04
  • Cashews: 1.44
  • Peppercorns: .59
  • Patty-Pan Squash: 1.61
  • Various small eggplants: 1.32
  • Avocado: 1.35
  • Basmati Rice: 2.44
  • Oats: .65
  • Salad Mix: 2.32
  • Almonds: 1.85
  • Tempeh: 1.72
  • Onions (3 lb bag): 1.46
  • Bag o’carrots: .51
  • Red Pepper: .36
  • Scallions: .53
  • Dried Mushroom: 1.50
  • Tofu: 1.50

TOTAL: $24.33 + $2.15 from last week

LEFT FOR THE WEEK: $5.67 + $2.15 from last week = $7.82


5 Comments on “This Week’s Receipt”

  1. food4five says:

    How about lettuce or arugula? Not sure if it stays warm enough where you are, but we’re planning to plant some this weekend.

  2. Paige says:

    I just planted garlic, leeks, and bunching onions. Now’s the time! I think you could still get in some good lettuce, and if you can get starts, collards and other greens like chard. Mmm … chard.

  3. Alyse says:

    You could probably plant any type of greens right now, carrots, beets, or radishes. It’s a bit too late for peas, though.

    Brussel sprouts love cold weather. And you could get in a garlic crop for next year.🙂

  4. tinaspins says:

    Yay! All good suggestions! Thanks all.

  5. Juno says:

    Seconding (or thirding) the suggestion to plant garlic! It takes 9 months from planting to harvesting though… 😦


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