Neighborhood Harvest is a hydroponic Farm right here in Suffolk, where I live. The first and last time I saw veggies being grown hydroponically was at Walt Disney World, back in 1976. Since I hadn't seen anything about it since, I figured the method had come in with a bang, and went out like a deflated balloon. Just goes to show you what I know!
I love the idea of having such fresh, gmo-free, organic food to eat. I'd buy lettuce at the store. There's just one of me... and before long I was tossing that dried up, brown mess into the garbage. And, then there was the threat of getting sick. Lettuce was the latest thing to get recalled. I 'borrowed these images from their website. I sure hope they don't mind.
They have eggs (free range), milk in glass bottles and bread baked by Baker's Crust. YUM. I had a piece of bread, spread with the best goat cheese and drizzled with honey. OH, YES!
And, guess what... they deliver right to your door, the day after it's harvested. And, they promise that lettuce will last two weeks in your fridge. Now, that got my attention!!
I am so thankful for this service. I may just get healthier!! That would be a PLUS for sure.
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