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WHAT'S IN THE HARVEST

 

Salad Greens

Salad Greens

Arugula Salad

Euro Style

Classic Caesar

Beans

Fresh Herbs

Leafy Greens

MicroGreens

Squash

Tomatoes

Others

 

 

 Salad Greens

 

What's in your bag ?
   
A symphony of textures and tastes are created when contrasting, but complementary, individual flavors of greens are combined that result in pleasant eating harmony for a fragrant, crunchy, hearty, and light salad. 

   

A bag of Fresh Field Salad Greens  includes various types of regular leaf size lettuce and selected specialty greens and/or any substitutes. Great for chef's salad, garden salad, garnishing and even gourmet sandwiches.

   

Now available in selected supermarkets.

 

Arugula Salad

 

What's in your bag ?
   
Peppery and zingy, arugula is like watercress with attitude. Arugula is a attention-getting green on its own, that is why we tone it down by mixing it with milder red lett
uces. 

 

A bag of Fresh Field Arugula Salad contains about 50% arugula and the rest are red leaf lettuce.  
  

Now available in selected supermarkets.

 

 

Euro Style

 

What's in your bag ?
  
Its salad greens with an European twist.  The mix salad greens are all in bite size / baby size - the size Europeans wants their mesclun to be and what mesclun is all about. This is the stage when salad greens are at its best -  tender and succulent.  

    

A bag of Fresh Field Euro Style contains several types and varieties of lettuce, and specialty greens.  It also contains several varieties of hard to find salad greens and grown exclusively by Lettuce Entertainment Farm Corporation.  

    
For restaurants only.

 

 

Classic Caesar

 

What's in your bag ?
  
Looking for a romaine for a caesar salad is easy but finding a perfect romaine for a perfect caesar salad is difficult The solution to this daunting task is the Fresh Field Classic Caesar.

    

A bag of Fresh Field Classic Caesar contains the freshest and finest Calabar Zone grown romaine. Not only do you get the romaine leaf, you also get the sweet golden yellow romaine heart.   Only with Fresh Field Classic Caesar !

     

 

 

Beans

Cranberry Beans

Edamame ( Fresh Japanese Soybeans)

Haricot Vert

Yellow Wax Beans

Salad Greens

Fresh Herbs

Leafy Greens

MicroGreens

Squash

Tomatoes

Others

 

Cranberry Beans

 

They look like flattened red-and-white marbles, but their texture is velvety and they taste like braised meat. We love the raw beans' color, which can vary from almost white to almost red. When cooked they turn a light purply gray — less pretty than raw, but way better to eat. They taste less like garden vegetables than limas or favas do.

 

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Edamame (Fresh Japanese Soybeans)

 

You may have enjoyed these as snacks at a sushi bar. Precooked premium green soybeans in their pods that you shell, like peanuts, and pop in your mouth. Low in fat, but taste like tiny tabs of butter!


 

Haricot Vert

 

Slim and sophisticated, haricots verts have a brighter, more concentrated flavor than string beans, but the biggest difference is texture. The petite French beans are tender and delicate. Tie up bundles with chives and steam, or add to a salade niçoise.

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Yellow Wax Beans

 

Wax beans are, basically, green beans without the green. Their yellow color is matched by a slightly starchy flavor. There is nothing waxy about them. Cook them like green beans: steam for about 5 minutes for crisp and 15 minutes for tender.

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Fresh Herbs

Genovese Basil

Tarragon

Salad Greens

Beans

Leafy Greens

MicroGreens

Squash

Tomatoes

Others

 

Genovese Basil

 

Sweet, fragrant, and aromatic. The taste of our sweet basil is like a bouquet with hints of mint, clove, and licorice. It's widely used in the cuisines of India, Southeast Asia, and, of course, the Mediterranean. The Greeks referred to it as the "royal herb." Try ours in soups, stews, and sauces. Or chop it up raw and add to egg dishes, salads, and dips.

 

Genovese basil is considered to be the best type of basil for pesto.

 

 
 

Tarragon

 

Dark green and lean, fresh tarragon packs a distinctive anise flavor that is mild but sneaks up on you. Tarragon, chervil, chives, and parsley form the classic French flavoring, fines herbes. Fresh tarragon works especially well in dishes with eggs, tomatoes, chicken, fish, and lobster.

 

Leafy Greens

Frisée Endive

Lacinato Kale (Cavalo Nero)

Mizuna

Shungiku

Swiss Chard

Tat-soi

Salad Greens

Beans

Fresh Herbs

MicroGreens

Squash

Tomatoes

Others

 

 

Frisée Endive

 

This slightly bitter, fright-wig look vegetable is a favorite among chefs.  Frisée endive makes a flavor addition to mixed green salads. It's a refreshing contrast to all those smooth, well-groomed lettuces. 

 

Lacinato Kale

 

Lacinato kale tastes garden fresh and mildly bitter. This distinctive, tangy kale originated in Tuscany, where it's known as "cavalo nero" (black cabbage). Try Lacinato kale braised, or in a soup with white beans, garlic, and tomatoes.

 

Mizuna

 

Mizuna boasts a bold appearance, having jagged edged leaves and a cool green color. This Japanese mustard green is tender in texture, but has a nice, spicy flavor that does not overwhelm. A terrific addition to salads, it also works very well in braised salads, or with warm or hot salad dressings.

 

Shungiku

 

Also called chrysanthemum leaves, chop suey greens, tong ho, tung hogarland chrysanthemum.  This Asian potherb is used to flavor salads, soups, sukiyaki and other dishes.  The leaves are usually blanched briefly to soften them and deepen their color, but young leaves can be served raw.  Add them to cooked dishes at the last minute, as they become bitter if overcooked.   

 

It is sometimes use as a substitute for spinach.

    

Swiss Chard

 

Swiss chard has a colorful ribs and veins and a briny, sweet, beetlike taste. Its juicy ribs and robust, crinkled leaves stand up well to extended cooking. Try this chard as a layer in lasagna for color and texture. 

 

We have red, pink and yellow Swiss chards..

   

Tat-soi

 

Small, firm, spoon shaped leaves with white midribs. Spicy, like cabbage, tatsoi is wonderful raw, in stir-fry and braised salads, too.

 

MicroGreens

Arugula Microgreen

Garnet Red Microgreen

Salad Greens

Beans

Fresh Herbs

Leafy Greens

Squash

Tomatoes

Others

Arugula MicroGreen

 

Arugula MicroGreen is an absolute favorite. Offering something new and different, salad days are here again with a new colorful twist, taste and texture.

Having light green leaves and somewhat resembling a big sprout, arugula MicroGreen offer a peppery, spicy, absolutely delicious flavor. Unlike its grown-up counterpart whose flavor varies from bunch to bunch, arugula microgreen's intense flavor is consistent with every bite. This tiny green has one of those incredible tastes that one craves once you've adopted it, or it, you!

 

Garnet Red MicroGreen

 

Very lovely, tiny burgundy garnet red offers a sweet spinach-like flavor. This tasty tiny vegetable-herb has many culinary virtues that is especially favored by chefs.
 
Perfect for dressing up and flavoring mixed green salads, this very attractive tiny burgundy micros makes an ideal garnish for a variety of dishes. 

  

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Squash

Yellow Patty Pan Squash

Salad Greens

Beans

Fresh Herbs

Leafy Greens

MicroGreens

Tomatoes

Others

Yellow Patty Pan Squash

 

Tender, nutty, and honey-sweet, with a very tightly grained, starchy flesh, like a young butternut squash. Steam this baby squash for a delicate side dish, or chop and add to a vegetable stir-fry.

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Tomatoes

Red Pear Cherry Tomato

Yellow Pear Cherry Tomato

Salad Greens

Beans

Fresh Herbs

Leafy Greens

MicroGreens

Squash

Others

Red Pear Cherry Tomato

 

Tender and thin-skinned, the juicy texture of red pear cherry tomato is much like that of a vine-ripened tomato. Its addicting flavor is sweet and rich.

Adding rich color and delicious flavor to salads, red cherry pear tomatoes are perfect for tossing in stir-fries the last minute. Make sauce, tomato paste, vegetable drinks and even tomato pie. Whole or cut in half, use this tomato's colorful charm for an attractive edible garnish. 

 

To store, keep at room temperature for best flavor.

 

Seasonal

Yellow Pear Cherry Tomato

 

Shaped like a teardrop and resembling a tiny pear, these attractive mildly-flavored tomatoes are about one to two inches long and about one inch in diameter. A vibrant yellow and slightly lemony in taste, and less acidic than the red pear cherry tomatoes.

Especially excellent as a colorful edible garnish, these small meaty delicious tomatoes are perfect in salads. 

 

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