Loutet Farm Gate Sales every Wednesday 4pm-6pm and Saturday 10am-12pm
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Hot crops are almost here! 

It's finally happening, we have vines full of green tomatoes, tiny little peppers, eggplant flowers, and even big beautiful ginger root leaves! 

This year, I'm growing Hungarian Wax Peppers! I've never tasted them before but I am very excited.
We have lots of greenhouse fruits starting to pop out and it'll will be delicious!

Last week we sold some beautiful calendula flowers and I think everybody loved them! You can eat them and use them for your skin or as medicine. There are so many books about the healing properties of the plants around us, but today I will link to a website that give a little overview of Calendula Officinalis
I find it thrilling and amazing to learn about the medicinal properties of all sorts of plants. It helps me feel like less of an alien in reminding me that, as different as we are, us and the plants, we still share common ground.

Fresh Sheet
Wednesday July 19th Saturday July 22nd, 10am-12pm
  • Beets!
  • Cherry tomatoes *very few*
  • Raspberries *even fewer* 
  • Fresh herbs (sage, thyme, oregano)
  • Cucumbers
  • Basil
  • Beans
  • Parsley
  • Green onions
  • Kohlrabi 
  • Kale
  • Swiss Chard
  • Salad Mix
  • Zucchinis
  • Carrots
  • Purple top turnips
  • Flowers **Saturday only**
Please note: We do our best to project what we can harvest, but we can't guarantee that everything will be available until the end of the market.  As we have limited quantities of some items, arrive early for the best selection. Some vegetables are limited to 2 per family/purchase.  Farm Gate sales are CASH ONLY. 


Upcoming Events:

Join us for a WORKBEE

July 22nd 

10am till noon

Garlic is an immensely important crop for us at Loutet, it is even more significant for so many of us as a food and medicine. We hope to share the glory of garlic with everyone this weekend by harvesting it together! Also this is a great chance to learn how it grows and how to cure it to keep it for longer!


Feature Recipes 

It's not ultimate best time of year to harvest raspberry leave, but it's better to harvest them in the summer then never!
Therefore we have harvested and dried some lovely Raspberry leaves that can be used in tea! 
Most literature I have found about the medicinal uses the term "women" almost exclusively to refer to folks bodies, they simply mean people with uteruses. Raspberry leaves have medicinal properties that are beneficial to all genders and body types :)

3 Raspberry Tea Leaf Recipes


We are proud to be a Good Food Organization working towards a healthy and fair food system in alliance with Community Food Centres Canada. 
See you at the farm soon!
- Christine, Cheyanne, Robyn, Leslie, Thanu and Colleen

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