Fresh vegetables are healthier and tastier than frozen vegetables, which get despondent when they thaw and realize that they've been asleep for 40 years. Enjoy noncryogenic vegetation with today's Groupon: for $19, you get a small box of organic produce delivered from Suburban Organics (a $39 value).
Suburban Organics makes eco-conscious eating easy, delivering a fresh box of organic produce straight to customer doorsteps. Culled from the caches of local farmers, the body-friendly fruits and veggies arrive in prearranged boxes, sorted based on customer preference, seasonal availability, and level of Elvis Presley resemblance. During winter months, the box-fillers pull in tropical fruits from more verdant environs, keeping fruit coffers ever full. Offerings change weekly, but a small vegetable box might contain items like avocado, bunched beets, garlic, green onions, mushrooms, and arugula, while a small fruit box could show up bearing clementine tangerines, mango, blueberries, bananas, and lemons among other pesticide- and insecticide-free culinary fodder. Those looking to test intraproduce relations can opt for the mixed box, featuring fresh selections of both fruits and veggies, or upgrade to a larger box and receive a $39 reduction off the final tally.
While signing up requires no commitment to Suburban Organics, a subscription to the service nets weekly or biweekly deliveries of these palate-pleasing provisions, allowing the non-green-thumbed to fill their family, friends, and LARPing opponents with socially conscious greens. Delivery-specific recipes provide the kitchen-averse with handy applications for each delivery, while storage tips help prevent squash from squishing and beets from beating up less street-wise foodstuffs.