June 15th CSA

The second week of the CSA is here! Thank you to all who persevered with us through the bumpy first week. We should have things much more ironed out for this week. Feel free to tag us on instagram @lincfoods if you make a #lincreation with your CSA box. Or if you're stumped on what to do, we're happy to give advice. I'll add links to a few recipes in this week's breakdown.

Gonzaga Pick-up

The Gonzaga pick-up is in the foyer of the Zag Shop from 4:00-6:00 pm. Please remember to bring your bag!

McKinstry/St. Lukes/Wells Fargo Drop-off

  • Golden marjoram, purple sage, spicy oregano, Footehills Farm, Colbert, WA
    • If you're not used to cooking with fresh herbs, get ready for a blast of flavor that will liven up any dish! Download this handy guide for how to use fresh herbs in your kitchen!
  • Radishes, Ace of Spades Farm, Spokane, WA
  • Spicy Greens, Footehills Farm, Colbert, WA
    • A blend of arugula, mustard greens, purple orach, mesclun mix, mizuna, and red and green lettuce
  • Spinach, Casacano Farms, Spokane, WA
  • Strawberries, Duncan Farm, Spangle, WA
  • Baby Beets, Ace of Spades Farm, Spokane, WA


  • Sprouted Rye with Walnuts, Culture Breads, Spokane, WA
  • Whole milk, Spokane Family Farm
    • Please note this milk is not homogenized. This means that the cream floats to the top. You must poke the milk fat down with a spoon, then shake the milk vigorously to redistribute the fat. If you have a hard time shaking an entire gallon, you can change your order to two half-gallons. I like to put the milk in a spigot jar, drain the milk off the bottom, and then save the cream for coffee, fresh fruit, or making butter. Instructions here.