Lean Green Meat & Veg Box, Organic | Abel & Cole

Lean Green Meat & Veg Box, Organic

£30.00
(£30.00 each)
Organic Gluten Free
3 cuts of organic meat and 4 types of organic veg.
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Why?
Our boxes are designed to arrive weekly so you’ve fresh food and a variety of flavours. Weekly boxes help our farmers plan and prevent waste, too. You can adjust the frequency if weekly is not your cup of tea.
Three cuts of lean, quick-cook meat, and a mixture of four sparkling leafy greens and wholesome non-starchy roots that changes weekly. They all come together to make for an unbeatable combo.
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Deliveries from:
Monday 19th June
Monday 26th June
Baby Spinach
Baby leaf spinach is tender and sweet and can be used as a salad leaf or as regular spinach. It is a great addition to a potato salad - add a handful of leaves to warm boiled new potatoes and mix with a mustard dressing! Country of Origin - Italy
Beef Mince (500g)
Chicken Leg, Diced (400g avg)
Fennel
Don't be put off by its peculiar appearance as this can really add flavour to a risotto or bake. With a delicate, aniseed flavour it can also work well in soups and stews. Another of its virtues is that it's apparently detested by fleas and some people use it in powdered form to protect kennels and stables.

Country of Origin - UK/Spain/Italy
Class - Minimum Class 2
Pork Leg Steaks, Organic (350g)
Round Courgettes
A beautiful summertime squash that is as versatile as it is tasty. You can slice it and add it to curries or stir fries but we'd also recommend trying it stuffed. A perfect filling would be couscous or rice with a generous topping of cheese, particularly our gorgeous greek feta. Country of Origin - France
Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes have a creamy texture and a rich, mildly toffee-ish flavour. Despite their sweetness, they're great in savoury dishes. They provide a fantastic balance to spicy foods like curries and chilli. They're also lovely in earthy soups and stews. These tubers are rich in fibre, vitamins A, C and B6, and an excellent source of carbohydrates. They're also rich in betacarotene.

Country of Origin - USA/Honduras
Class - Minimum Class 2
Baby Spinach
Baby leaf spinach is tender and sweet and can be used as a salad leaf or as regular spinach. It is a great addition to a potato salad - add a handful of leaves to warm boiled new potatoes and mix with a mustard dressing! Country of Origin - Italy
Broad Beans
Our broad beans are grown on the sunny Channel Island of Jersey by the one and only Philip le Maistre. His broad beans are knobbly, with plump, sweet beans inside. They're lovely eaten straight from the pod, or you can simmer them gently in water, drain and then toss with a bit of butter, sea salt and herbs. The perfect summery side! Country of Origin - UK
Bunched Carrots
One of the UK's most popular vegetables, carrot can be cooked or eaten raw. When boiled it does lose some of its nutrients but when raw it really can add crunch to a salad or when cut into spears it's perfect for dipping!

Country of Origin - UK
Class - Minimum Class 2
Chicken Breast Fillets, Boneless & Skinless (340g avg, pack of 2)
Minute Steaks, Organic (300g)
Pak Choi
Pak choi is a green, leafy vegetable with thick white stalks. It can be cooked like spinach. It is an oriental vegetable and is commonly used in stir-fries.

Country of Origin - Holland

Class - Minimum Class 2
Wild Venison Mince, Lean (500g)
You can make an incredible 'wild, woodland' twist on the classic cottage pie by using minced venison instead of beef. Or, whip up your own secret venison burger recipe. Try pairing with a touch of cranberry jelly, rosemary, sage and thyme.
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