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WSCSA Winter Pickup #6 - Tuesday, March 26

Posted 3/25/2019 6:22pm by Core Committee.


This week we can expect the following winter produce, along with other meat, dairy, and pantry items.

  • Garlic
  • Spinach
  • Lettuce
  • Beets
  • Radish
  • Green Onion
  • Parnips
  • Carrots
  • Potatoes 


Spicy Beans and Wilted Greens

wilted greens

If you have a lazy weekend ahead, consider this recipe for low and slow beans cooked with garlic, onions and some other basic ingredients, and then quickly spin some spinach in at the end to wilt it.

Get the recipe here.



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Hi Members,

We're looking forward to another share of farm fresh vegetables! We're back to our normal location at St. Marks Church In-The Bowery this week.

We are looking for volunteers for the first shift (2-4pm) this week. We currently have no volunteers to help unload the truck! Please let us know if you can lend a hand. There are only 4 pickups left in the winter season, so if you haven't signed up for your volunteer shift for the winter season yet, be sure to do so here

Summer/Fall Registration 2019

Our registration is now open for summer and fall 2019Distribution will be once a week, beginning in June and running until late October or early November. We expect to continue with Tuesday evening pick-ups from 4pm-8pm in our same location at St. Mark's Church on the Bowery. 

The cost of the Summer/Fall 2019 share is is $450.00, and payment is due by 4/28. For more information about our policies, including summer work shift requirements, please view our Summer 2019 Member Agreement

Sign up now for a summer and fall CSA share!

The WSCSA Core Committee  


How does the human brain experience taste?
Scientists have recently gotten one step closer to solving an intractable mystery: what food tastes like to the brain. While scientists have figured out how sight, hearing, and touch translate into neural signals, they’ve long failed to map the “gustatory cortex”—or, the patterns that result as a response to tastes in the mouth.

One reason it’s so difficult to show how taste registers in the brain, says Cornell University cognitive scientist Adam Anderson, is because our feelings keep getting in the way. To get a clearer picture, Anderson’s research team at Cornell wanted to try to isolate the physiology of taste from the the emotional side of eating. To do so, the team conducted taste tests—a lot of them. Their findings were published this month in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Communications.

Read more here.


If you have any questions, concerns, or feedback, please don't hesitate to let us know by emailing us at info@washingtonsquarecsa.com!


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