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Greenling Delivery

July 18th, 2014 at 05:56 am

I've mentioned Greenling before. It is an online based home delivery service of local and organic groceries. The items arrive on your door step in green bins.

Yesterdays highlight was the HUGE watermelon. It was very heavy! I also got a golden ticket which is good for a free surprise item next time around. I also got my fav cream cheese and pumpkin bread. Yum!

I've never had squash blossoms before. They look like hibiscus flowers. Some peaches were damaged being in the crate with the watermelon but they are ripe and will be eaten soon!

I had to email them about the purslane that had black dots on it. I think its just dirt and should wash off fine. It doesn't look like bugs.

I will be making a menu to see if I can make this last us two weeks. I don't think I'll have a problem. Greenling does include a paper with recipes for the items.

I included some pictures for everyone to see!

The leg quarters were expensive. Let me know if you think this is a good deal for what I paid $94.86.

Order Details
Turkey, Ground, Organic Prairie 1 12.0 Ounce (oz) $8.49
Beef, Ground, Local 0.95 Pound/Package $8.54
Loaf, Pumpkin w/ Vegan Cream Cheese, Sinfull Bakery 1 Loaf $6.89
Chicken, Ground, Local 1 Pound (lb) $7.99
Chicken, Leg Quarters, Local 2.48 Pound/Package $7.99 $19.82
Pork, Sausage, Link-Style, Richardson Farms 1 Pound (lb) $11.99
Cream Cheese, Plain Neufchatel, Full Quiver 1 Each $5.69
Local BoxTM 1 Each $35.99
(watermelon, squash blossoms, egg plant, peaches, grapefruit, squash, potatoes, purslane and a golden ticket).
SUBTOTAL $105.40
TAX $0.00

4 Responses to “Greenling Delivery”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Yummy! I think that watermelon would fit better if you cut it up. Smile

  2. Maranatha Says:

    Yum! I wish I could get something like that but being in such a rural area I don't think it's possible. When I have watermelon, which is frequently, I scoop it out with the icecream scoop into a bowl. Takes up much less room in the fridge and is ready to eat at anytime.

  3. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Those black dots on your purslane are 99% likely to be purslane seed. Purslane blooms and makes tiny, little seeds during its harvest period. They will wash off in water, but they are fine to eat, as well....Is that a sugar-pod pea I see in with the purslane? A radish pod? Looks like it has a long "tail" which radish pods have.

  4. rob62521 Says:

    Wow, what a great assortment!

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