This delivery truck is empty!ADD SOME PRODUCTS
We Don't Deliver to Your Area Yet
We Deliver to Your Area!
added to delivery
Out of stock
Out of stock
Crunchy, juicy daikon radishes from Intervale Community Farm in Burlington, VT.
Daikon is often simmered in dashi stock (daikon fukumeni) after being soaked in rice water, which reduces the bitter flavor, creating a rich umami-flavored dish. You can also add daikon to kimchi recipes or even ferment it on its own to make kkakdugi, a Korean kimchi made with cubed daikons. (A more immediate option is shaving daikon thinly and making a quick, slightly spicy salad.) Looking for a complete meal? Try this simple slow-cooker chicken wings and daikon recipe, or this soy braised cod with daikon, ginger, and garlic.
The Intervale, Burlington, VT
The Intervale Community Farm is a thriving, member-owned, Community Supported Agriculture farm located in Burlington's Intervale. ICF started in 1990 (just a year after the Intervale Center was founded) as an independent farm to provide affordable, high quality, organic produce for the Burlington community. Nearly the oldest and largest CSA in Vermont, ICF offers affordable summer and winter shares, featuring flexible crop selections, pick-your-own, and a unique on-farm experience to over 500 members and their families. The Intervale Community Farm is a co-op, so some of their CSA members are also partial owners.
While the Intervale Community Farm currently provide fresh food 9 months out of the year, they are working on The Fourth Season Project with the goal of expanding their farm to include greenhouses and storage, and providing year-round fresh produce.
Intervale Community Farm on Facebook