Healthy Eating with Boston Organics {& Giveaway}

Boston Organics Dogma box

Summer is the perfect time to simplify, especially when it comes to eating. The season provides an abundance of ripe produce that’s flavorful enough that it needs almost no doctoring. On a hot night a colorful salad or cool gazpacho make for the perfect evening meal (with no oven or stove necessary!)

Boston Organics
The simplest way to get fresh produce in the city is to have it shipped right to your door from Boston Organics. It’s an incredibly convenient way to eat organic and support local growers – and they ship to many different zip codes in the Boston area. I’ve been working through my Summer 100 list and I’m happy to report that “eat organic with Boston Organics” now has a check mark next to it!

fresh produce
My first dogma box arrived bursting with ripe produce – including salad tomatoes, asparagus, mint, a beautiful variety of leafy greens, and much more. A part of the fun is finding creative ways to utilize what you have for the week. I incorporated some of the greens like kale and chard into my morning green smoothie and started adding mint and lemon to glasses of water.

quinoa dish
My favorite dinner of the week was a quinoa dish which incorporated tomatoes, onions and kale from the box, with a few other additions. One lucky winner will also get the chance to experiment with meals of their own using a Boston Organics dogma boxENTER HERE:  a Rafflecopter giveaway

The winner will be announced on Friday morning!
*Prize is a one time delivery of a Dogma Box. Winner must be able to have produce box shipped to one of Boston Organic’s delivery zip codes. // Disclaimer: Boston Organics generously donated a dogma box delivery to Pop & Circumstance.


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