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What the Heck a CSA Is—and Why You Should Consider Joining One

bigstock-Fresh-Fruits-And-Vegetables-4890885Every heard of a CSA? Want the 411 on these Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) groups that everyone keeps talking about? We have just the post for you over on Fit Bottomed Eats! And they’re a fabulous way to eat healthy, local and fresh!

Community Supported Agriculture: Fresh, Direct and Delicious

Each Thursday morning, I place a large cooler on my front porch. By Thursday afternoon, the magical produce fairies have visited the cooler, leaving a bunch of fruits and veggies—enough to feed two hungry triathletes for a week!

CSA groups, those magical produce fairies, are a great investment. Sure, you can buy produce at the grocery store—picked 2,000 miles away, trucked across the country and man-handled by dozens of peeps before ending up in your cart—or you can support your local farmers by purchasing fruits and veggies that were picked just hours before being delivered to your doorstep.

Keep reading for everything you need to know about CSAs.Jenn

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