- We grow slicing, pickling, and lemon cucumbers. All are great for fresh eating and making pickles.
- Collard Spring Rolls w/ Thai Dipping Sauce
- Tzatziki Cucumber Sauce
- Bean and Cucumber Salad
- Cucumber, Tomato & Red Onion Salad
- Creamy Cucumber and Grilled Potato Salad
- Shaved Summer Squash and Cucumber Salad
Cucumbers should be stored at room temperature – not in the refrigerator. Cucumbers are sensitive to temperatures below 50°F and may develop "chilling injuries" including water-soaked areas, pitting, and accelerated decay. If you must refrigerate your cucumbers, limit it to 1-3 days and eat them as soon as possible.
This food is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Vitamin A, Pantothenic Acid, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Manganese, and a very good source of Vitamin C, Vitamin K and Potassium.
- Snacking on cucumbers can help curb hunger.
- Cucumbers are a great source of B vitamins and carbohydrates that can provide that afternoon pick-me-up that can be just the jolt that you need.
- Want to avoid a hangover or terrible headache? Eat a few cucumber slices before going to bed and wake up refreshed and headache free.
- Chinese Traditional Medicine (TCM) believes cucumber has the ability to soothe the nerves and aid in the treatment of insomnia.