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Add-ons at TapRoot Farms

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We got some organization done in the office this week, and I had to share our tidy add-ons shelf with you!


    This is our shelf of add-ons.  There are A LOT of things that you can order every week with your share, these are just the dried goods, but we also have frozen items (meats and Pie R Squared Pies and Quiches), rosemary plants, and an assortment of fresh produce (fruit and veggies). 

   I get feedback that members don't always know what's available as add-ons, and so I am officially letting you know!

  In this photo we have:

Longspell Point Farms flour (soft red wheat, hard red wheat, and rye) 1 kg bags $3.00

TapRoot Farms Nettle Tea $4.00

Simply In Season Cookbook $21.00

Cookbook for Families $11.00

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle $21.00

"I'm a TapRoot Kid" tee $18.00

sizes 2, 4, 6 in Purple and Beige and sizes 8, 10, 12 in Teal and Grey

"I'm a TapRoot Baby" onesie $22.00

Honey 1kg $9.49 500g $4.99

Organic Apple Cider Vinegar $5.75


How to order add-ons: The easiest way is to login to your TapRoot account, and below where the shares for the week are, it will show all the add-ons available.  Select the ones you would like, get your total, and pay online via paypal or bring along a cheque to your next delivery, or drop it in the mail.  It's best for us if you order add-ons at least 24 hours before your delivery. 

Some of the add-ons are for convenience, some are to promote other people's products that we think are great, and some are designed to make it so that you can buy as much of your weekly food needs from us at the farm.  For instance: having a bunch of people come visit?  Why not add on another share for the week?  A staple share is great if you're doing a lot of cooking (Apples, Onions, Carrots, Potatoes).  Really had your heart set on getting some potatoes in your share this week?  You can order them separately as an add-on, as well as carrots, onions, apples, cider, and many other seasonally available options.

One last thing to share with you: Justine made delicious cookies this morning using the Longspell Point Farms Hard Red Wheat Flour.  It was so good I couldn't help myself and took a bite before I took a photo:

Have a great weekend!

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