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

Lean Green Meat & Veg Box, Organic

£30.00
(£30.00 each)
Organic Gluten Free

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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 sparkling leafy greens and wholesome non-starchy veg that changes weekly. They all come together to make for an unbeatable combo.
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Deliveries from:
Monday 19th February
Monday 26th February
Cauliflower
It is a sad fact that this wonderful vegetable has slumped in popularity in recent years and we just can't understand why! It can be used in a variety of dishes although it's probably most renowned for the classic "cauliflower and cheese" recipe. It's great when boiled and then added to vegetable curries although some people like to eat it raw with a nice dip. Country of Origin - UK/Spain/Italy Class - Minimum Class 2
Chicken Leg, Diced (400g avg)
Diced Chicken Breast, Organic (300g avg)
Green Cabbage
Brilliant, versatile organic cabbage comes from the brassica family (broccoli, sprouts and cauliflowers) of veg. They’re good for you too with loads of dietary fibre, iron, calcium, potassium and vits C & B. Forget boiled cabbage from your school dinner days. Go raw with a slaw. Toss into stir-frys. Shred into pasta and curries or create these Cheesy Bubble and Squeak Cakes. Country of Origin - Spain
Class - Minimum Class 2 Variety - Pointed, Regency (week commencing 30th October)
Green Kale
A highly nutritious vegetable that is part of the cabbage family although it is a leafier variety. It is popular in many different cultures and was one of the main crops to feature in the Dig For Victory campaign during the Second World War. Along with potato it is the key ingredient for Irish Colcannon although it can be prepared in a variety of ways.
Pork Leg Steaks, Organic (350g)
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
Chestnut Mushrooms
Country of Origin - UK
Chicken Breast Fillets, Boneless & Skinless (340g avg, pack of 2)
Green Kale
A highly nutritious vegetable that is part of the cabbage family although it is a leafier variety. It is popular in many different cultures and was one of the main crops to feature in the Dig For Victory campaign during the Second World War. Along with potato it is the key ingredient for Irish Colcannon although it can be prepared in a variety of ways.
Leeks
One of the national emblems of Wales, why not try cooking up some traditional Welsh Cawl (soup)? The edible parts of the leek are the stalk and the white onion base. It can be boiled, fried, or even eaten raw.

Country of Origin - UK
Class - Minimum Class 2
Minute Steaks, Organic (300g)
Purple Sprouting Broccoli
This wintery version of the much-loved purple sprouting broccoli is a little different than what you might be used to. You’ll notice the long-stemmed stalks aren’t as naked as usual. That’s because it’s planted in the autumn and throughout winter so needs its leaves to stay warm. It still has those beautiful florets yet they’re just playing a bit of hide and seek. With a bit of steaming the whole shebang is wonderfully edible.


Country of Origin - UK

Class - Minimum Class 2

Variety - Claret
Wild Venison Mince, Lean (500g)
Why we're organic
We've been organic for almost 30 years now, supporting bio diversity, avoiding chemical nonsense and championing food that's grown and tastes like it should.

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