We are so honored to have such an amazing community!
we value: Health, affordability,
and Organic local sustainability
Every bite we take of healthy organic produce feeds our bodies withthe best nutrients around!
founded in 2002 on the principles of eating fresh clean food.
Help us spread the goodness of healthy organic eating!
One of the reasons why our boxes are filled with such beauty is not only because they are grown with rich soils by organic farmers, but also because they are shared
by families and friends
every single week!
People talking & sharing healthy food options with one another...it's a good thing! Please share your organic produce with friends, Co-workers, family and community... inform them on how easy it is to eat organic! Spread the word, spread the DELICIOUS PRODUCE!
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING ORGANIC FARMERS AND YOUR BEAUTIFUL LIFE!
Off the Vine spring EVENTS Niceville Farmer Market This is the best monthly food market in the area. You can get organic produce from Off the Vine, local produce, muffins, breads, local honeys, local jarred vegetables and fruits, jams, quail eggs and more. Support your locals here! WHERE: ONE 20 A MODERN BISTRO 120 Partin Dr N, Niceville, FL 32578 (850) 729-2120 1st Saturday of each month, April 6, May 4, June 1, July 6
Pensacola Earth Day Bayview Park Saturday April 20, 2013 10am-5pm Fort Walton Beach Earth Day - FWB Landing April 27th 10am-5pm Earth Day Mobile Bay Fairhope Pier Saturday, April 27th 10am-6pm Earth Day at The Gardens Birmingham Botanical Gardens Saturday, April 27,2013 9am- 5pm Autism Society Walk and Run Fort Walton Beach Landing Saturday, April 6th, 7:30am- 12 noon Run for Science Fort Walton Beach Landing Saturday April 13, 2013 7:30am-12:00pm
ANY FRUIT OF YOUR CHOICE - Chopped Bananas, diced apples, berries or sweet another fruit!
Instructions: Put soaked dates in the food processor once they become soft. Pulse your dates until they are a fine consistency, in very small little chunks. Take your date mixture and place in a bowl. Add your walnuts & almonds and pulse again in the food processor until you have very finely ground chunks. Pour your nut mixture over the dates and massage together. Create a nice crumble texture.
Slice your fruit of choice and place them in a bowl, take your crumble and sprinkle generously over your peaches or fruit of choice. If you like, you can sprinkle on a bit of himalayan salt and a tsp. of grade B maple syrup or raw honey to finish. Serve and enjoy immediately.
TIP! You can store the crumble in the fridge for up to a week and you can slice your organic fresh fruit in the moment to make a crumble any time.
The amazing benefits of Beet Juice... Traditionally, people use beet juice to heal: anemia, liver, skin, kidneys, lymphatic circulation, tiredness, eye, liver, skin problems, detoxification, cancer. Beet juice may kill fungi, is a strong antioxidant and has anti inflammatory properties.
Beet juice may cause both your stool and urine to turn red.
Don't be surprised if this happens!
Beet juice benefits are very powerful.
You only need a little bit of juice to get the benefits.
Drink the juice raw because the most beneficial substances (like betalains) are lost when cooked.
In addition, the oxalic acid in the beet becomes harmful when cooked, but is (in moderation) beneficial when raw(according to juice and nutrition experts Dr Walker, David Wolfe and Gabriel Cousins).
Juice the whole beets: roots plus greens.
The greens contain most of the healthy minerals and vitamins.
P.S A sweet Beet Juice Recipe
makes about 20 oz of juice depending on juicer and produce size
eating organic fruits and veggies from OTV makes it easy to eat the rainbow.
Not only easy,
1. Get them while they're hungry.
If they're hungry, they'll eat. Before dinner, serve an appetizer of colorful vegetables, such as carrots, cucumbers, and red bell peppers, along with a hummus or low-fat salad dressing, Kulze suggests.
3. Make up cute names.
Marketers do this, so why shouldn't you? Once Risdal started calling Brussels sprouts "hero buttons," her kids couldn't get enough of them.
4. Shop with your kids.
"Let them pick out the fruits and vegetables," Wolter says. "Let them smell the produce and admire the colors."
5. Cook with your kids.
6. Have a "veggie night."
This way, there's no competition from other types of foods.
7. Hide the veggies.
Sneak pureed vegetables into everything :)
8. Make fruits and vegetables the easy option.
Take a tip from the geniuses who thought to put potato chips in single-serving bags. Stock a kid-accessible shelf in your fridge with little bags of cut fruit and vegetables, applesauce, and fruit cups.
9. Let them use fun gadgets.
What kid doesn't love gadgets? Let them use a blender, juicer, and food processor to make smoothies and other recipes with fruits and vegetables. Use proper supervision, of course.