Go Green for Good Luck!
March is the month of green, as we prepare for the arrival of spring. And what better way to celebrate than by adding more green to your meals? Not only does it add color and flavor to your dishes, but it also provides a variety of health benefits. At Pero Family Farms, we are proud to grow and provide a wide range of green veggies, including Broccoli, Snipped Green Beans, English Peas, Broccoletti, Snow Peas and Snap Peas that can be easily incorporated into your meals. Here are three ways to add more greens to your meals for good luck this March!
Add some green to your breakfast: Start your day off on the right foot by adding color to your breakfast. Try adding Broccoli or Spinach to your scrambled eggs or omelet, or toss some Snipped Green Beans into your breakfast burrito.
Elevate your lunch: Add some color and nutrition to your lunch by incorporating greens into your sandwiches, wraps, and salads. Try adding Broccoli Florets, English Peas or Snipped Green Beans to your sandwich or salad for added crunch and flavor.
Make green veggies the star of your dinner: Make your greens the star of dinner by featuring them in your main course. Try sautéing Broccoli, English Peas, or Snipped Green Beans and serve them as a side dish or add them to your favorite pasta or risotto for a nutritious meal.
In addition to being delicious and nutritious, green veggies are also incredibly versatile. They can be steamed, sautéed, stir-fried, or even eaten raw. And at Pero Family Farms, our vegetables are always fresh and of the highest quality, so you can feel good about what you’re eating.
And did you know? One serving of Broccoli has 90% of your daily value of Vitamin C and is also a good source of Vitamin A. Adding more green vegetables to your meals is a simple and delicious way to improve your health and bring you some good luck this March! At Pero Family Farms, we are proud to grow and provide a wide range of vegetables that can be enjoyed year round!
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