Here's some crazy fodder to share around the Thanksgiving table this year!

Avocados: Undersized. If they are hard, you can quicken the ripening process by putting them in a paper bag for 5-7 days!
Clementines: Undersized, and many of them have a greenish skin, they are perfectly ripe and fine to eat!
Cucumbers: They are wacky shapes and sizes!
Fuji Apples: Misshapen and some scrumptious red and brown scarring
Green Grapefruit: Green skin (but they are perfectly ready and fine to eat!)
Leeks: Surplus, original grower tried to sell them at an auction but no one bid on them :(
Lime Green Peppers: Discolored, the original buyer expected them to be a darker shade of green but since they are still really delicious, we bought them for you!
Mangos: Scarred skin
Mini San Marzano Tomatoes: Surplus
Oranges: Scarring skins and undersized (a.k.a. extra cute)
Organic Celery: slight discoloration near base of the celery
Organic Poblano Peppers: Original buyer backed out of the order
Organic Red Butter Lettuce: Surplus
Organic Red Butter Lettuce: Surplus
Organic Tuscano Kale: Surplus
Organic Watermelon Radish: Surplus, they couldn't find a home! :/
Papaya: Discolored skin, they are super delicious and super sweet (just like life!)
Red Onions: Scarred and undersized
Snow Peas: Discolored, over-purchased by original buyer but we snagged 'em for ya!
Spaghetti Squash: These local items were scarred and misshapen!
Spinach: Discolored
Starfruit: Over-purchased by original buyer! We heard your super positive feedback and we got them for you again!
Tangerines: Undersized, and many of them have a greenish skin, they are perfectly ripe and fine to eat!

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