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Delivery 3/8/23


  1. Apples

  2. Spinach

  3. Carrots

  4. Green Cabbage

  5. Oats

  6. Beef Broth / French Onion Dip


  1. Moss Farm - Rollins

  2. Last Best Organics - Missoula

  3. Lifeline Farm - Victor

  4. Ronninger Organics - Moyie Springs, ID

  5. Montana Gluten Free - Belgrade

  6. Mountain Meadow Bone Broth / Plant Perks - Missoula


Ginger-Sesame Slaw w/ Cabbage, Carrot, & Apple

The apple adds a nice sweetness that goes well with the fresh ginger. Serves ~4.

~1/2 a small green cabbage, shredded

2 carrots, julienned or coarsely grated

2 small apples (or 1 large), julienned or coarsely grated

1 Tbs + 1 tsp cider vinegar, plus more if needed - sub rice wine vinegar

4 scallions, green and white parts, thinly sliced - sub very thinly sliced white onion

1 Tbs toasted sesame seeds - if toasting your own, heat in a dry skillet until just golden

A handful of cilantro, parsley, mint, or basil, roughly chopped

3 Tbs olive oil

1 Tbs soy sauce or gluten-free tamari

1 tsp sesame oil

~1-inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and grated

salt and pepper, to taste

  • In a large bowl, toss the shredded apple with 1 tsp cider vinegar. This will help keep the apple from browning while you prep the remaining slaw ingredients.

  • Add the shredded cabbage, carrots, green onion, half the fresh herbs, and half of the toasted sesame seeds

  • In a small bowl or jar, whisk together the olive oil, 1 Tbs cider vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, and a pinch of salt and pepper. Taste and adjust as needed.

  • Toss dressing with salad until everything is well-coated. Taste again and adjust seasoning to your liking. Serve immediately, or refrigerate until ready to serve.

  • Top with remaining fresh herbs and toasted sesame seeds just before serving.



There's something about the phrase "savory oatmeal" that I find unappealing, so I tried to come up with something better... whatever you want to call this dish, I think it's worth considering oats for something other than sweet breakfast or baked goods - though there's nothing wrong with either! This version is uses a sesame-ginger flavor profile, since you might have the ingredients from the slaw already, but there are also a few other suggestions at the end, or you can make up your own.

Serves ~2.

1-2 cloves garlic, minced

1 tsp grated fresh ginger

~8 oz diced vegetable/s of your choice: carrot, mushrooms, bell pepper, cabbage, frozen corn or peas..

2 tsp butter or olive oil

2 C beef bone broth (1 pint) - or any broth you want

1 C old-fashioned rolled oats

1 C spinach

salt, to taste

1 tsp toasted sesame oil

  • Mince the garlic, grate the ginger, and cut any veggies you're using to a fine dice

  • Add the butter, garlic, ginger, and a pinch of salt to a saucepot. Sauté over medium heat for 1-2 min

  • Add your diced veggies with another pinch of salt, and continue to sauté for a few minutes more, or until whatever it is has softened somewhat. Timing will depend on the veggie/s.

  • Add the broth to the pot, turn up the heat, and bring to a boil.

  • Once boiling, add the oats and stir to combine. Return to a boil, then reduce heat to maintain a simmer for ~5 min, or until oats are tender and the broth has thickened.

  • While the oats are simmering, roughly chop the spinach. Stir it into the oats, along with the toasted sesame oil and another pinch of salt.

  • Taste and adjust seasoning as needed. If it's too thick, thin it out with a little boiling water or hot broth. Serve hot with any toppings you like: scallions or chives, cilantro, chili oil or chili crisp, toasted sesame seeds, a poached egg, jammy egg, or fried egg...

Mexican-ish Version: Omit ginger and sesame. Add 1 tsp or so of chili powder and cumin to the veggies, ~1 min before you add the broth. Top with cheddar, jack, or cotija, maybe some avocado, hot sauce or salsa, a bit of sour cream, cilantro, etc...

Italian-ish Version: Omit ginger and sesame. Add a pinch of red pepper flakes and a few (or several) grinds of black pepper. Top with grated parmesan or pecorino, fresh Italian parsley or basil, perhaps a drizzle of good olive oil, maybe blistered cherry tomatoes, or grilled Italian sausages, or, or, or...


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