We’re not quite as good looking or well lit as CSI:Miami, but CSA:Charleston is a very colorful, sometimes frightening, often entertaining experience. Of course, by CSA:Charleston, I mean our recent adventures in Community Supported Agriculture.
After seeing Food, Inc., I mentioned that my husband and I could no longer ignore what we’d known for a while: we needed to radically change the way we eat. Within a week, Jon had signed us up for a CSA share from Pinkney’s Produce, we had vowed to eat MUCH less meat, and we started to think about what our new, more sustainable food life might look like.
Not too long after that, our first box of produce was ready to be picked up at the Glass Onion. Here’s where I should mention that my husband? He signed us up for a family-sized share, because it was a better deal (about $30 per week). So that first box of produce? It was ginormous. You can see pictured above a typical spread from our CSA, meant to feed us for one week, but really enough to feed us for like 3 weeks. And we’ve now been receiving these huge boxes for 3 weeks. Continue reading “CSA:Charleston”