When Ruth and I tell people about the benefits of signing up to get a book you would not necessarily have chosen for yourself every month we often compare our book club to a CSA and the mystery book to kohlrabi.  ”You’d never buy kohlrabi, but maybe you love kohlrabi!”  
These were in our first CSA bundle (that we remembered to pick up).  I’m trying to get excited about them.  It seems like a punishment for invoking their name. 

When Ruth and I tell people about the benefits of signing up to get a book you would not necessarily have chosen for yourself every month we often compare our book club to a CSA and the mystery book to kohlrabi.  ”You’d never buy kohlrabi, but maybe you love kohlrabi!”  

These were in our first CSA bundle (that we remembered to pick up).  I’m trying to get excited about them.  It seems like a punishment for invoking their name. 

  1. onclassicdrive reblogged this from emilygould and added:
    We got a kohlrabi two weeks ago. It’s still sitting in the fridge. I should probably try to do something with it.
  2. colinfitzpatrick said: This happened to me with my CSA but with a green called calls loo
  3. grandpa27kelly2 said: I googled CSA - all becomes clear.
  4. barthel said: Slaw ‘em! Just had some last night with pork chops.
  5. vrai-lean-uh said: I have been in a CSA for years and never eaten kohlrabi. Does that mean I win CSAs? Or fail?
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