Week 49: December 6th

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Do you already have some festive ideas to go into December? You can serve this week’s rainbow turnips as a sweet treat by baking them in the oven with some garlic and honey. Savoy cabbage is a lush and healthy cabbage with a robust cabbage flavor. The bobbly leaves with curly edges dress up your dishes beautifully. Try sweet rainbow carrots on a bed of savoy cabbage, delicious with mashed potatoes. Enjoy!

In next Wednesday’s package

  • 1 Savoy cabbage| Hospers in Marknesse
  • 500 gram rainbow carrot | Hospers in Marknesse
  • 500-600 gram Texla potatoes | Bramenhorst in Wassenaar
  • 250g shallots | De Waog in Neer
  • 2 romaine lettuce| BioTuinderij G. van Brakel in Sint-Annaland
  • 400 gram carrot parsley |Sam van Geffen in Lelystad
  • 1 container of cress, 130 gram | Discoverfresh Monster
  • 500 gram Beurré pear | Lindegaard in Beusichem

Third-party vendors: including bread, eggs and cheese

We hope you like this package again. Please don’t forget to change your status before Sunday 8 p.m. if necessary.

Your help is needed!
Your weekly vegetable package is the result of the collaboration of many participants from the Lekkernassûh community. In the past weeks, we’ve been struggling to get enough volunteers for the Wednesday market. Can you help out? Sign up using the market schedule.

We also need people behind the scenes. We are currently looking for a Transport Coordinator. Check out the vacancy here.

Paying with Timebank hoursYou can use your Timebank hours to pay for your vegetable package, but also, for example, cheese or products from the packaging-free store. You earn Timebank hours by, for example, helping on the market. Knowing more? Then look here.

Do you have a surplus of Timebank hours? Please spend them at the market or package-free shop, or (if you don’t manage to spend them all), please donate them to Lekkernassuh! Ater the summer, we have a big shortage of hours, because there are more going out than coming back in.

Package-free shop
The package-free shop is open every Saturday from 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the Helena. Longer opening hours call for more volunteers. Would you like to help sometime? Register via this link. More information about the store can be found here.

Don’t forget to change your status!
If you want to pick up a package on Wednesday, your subscription must be set to ACTIVE before Sunday evening 8 p.m. And if you don’t want a package on Wednesday, your subscription must be on PAUSE before Sunday evening 8 p.m. Help us prevent buying too much; together we prevent waste. Thanks for that! Look here for more explanation.