Heirloom Vegetables & Historically Inspired Foods
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Heirloom Veggies, Greens, Microgreens, & Herbs
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OUR HEIRLOOM VEGETABLES ARE
NEVER HYBRIDS OR GMOs!
Everyone knows Heirloom Tomatoes have great colors & taste. But what about all the other vegetables?
We grow Heirloom Everything!!
This means Heirloom Greens, Heirloom Beets, Heirloom Squash, Heirloom Beans, Heirloom Radishes, & etc.
Many of our vegetable varieties can be dated back before 1900. They are literally a taste of history with incredible colors, tastes, textures and stories.
SOY FREE PASTURE RAISED EGGS
Our Heritiage Breed Girls are galivanting around the pastures. This means they get to choose what they want to eat.
The girls enjoy foraging for pasture grasses, plants, bugs, vegetable scraps, and other natural fare.
We’ve formulated a custom Soy-Free feed for our hens.
Our custom feed is high in protein from sunflower seeds, peas, oats, wheat, kelp meal, corn, alfalfa, & flax seed.
No soy in our girls diet = No soy in your eggs
COlonial Shrub Syrups
Shrubs are handcrafted, delicious natural concentrated drink syrups.
Make from fruit, apple cider vinegar, and raw orgainic sugar.
Add the syrup to water, club soda, or your favotire cocktail.
We partner with Voyageurs Sourdough to bring you naturally leavened, hand-crafted bread made with local grains in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Their sourdough is truly hand-crafted; meaning they do the majority of the work by hand.
The rise in the loaf is created by the use of a wild yeast starter. There has never been any commercial or powdered yeast used in their product.
In a bite of Voyageurs Sourdough, you’re getting a taste of northeast Wisconsin heritage.