Strong Roots Healthy Farming

Availability List - Monday, Oct 14, 2019

Strong Roots Healthy Farming Products


Phone:      316-227-7677

The Strong Roots availability list is a weekly produce listing of everything we have available. As the seasons change and Mother Nature evolves, so does our farm. If you are interested in buying produce on the list, please email or call us. We generally deliver on Fridays in Wichita between 10am – 2 pm.

Radish Microgreens $3.00 per 2 ounce bag

The pleasantly peppery radish microgreens, which boast a flavor similar to that of root radishes  They are extremely low in calories, and rich in beneficial nutrients- such as enzymes, antioxidants, protein, minerals and vitamins- and provide a sense of fullness after eating.

Toscano Kale Bundle $4.00
Kale is a member of the cabbage family and has a strong, pungent taste. Most people enjoy it in salads or use it for juicing, but we like it in black bean kale burritos or on pineapple, ham, and kale pizza! When paired with something that has a little fat in it (which releases the nutrients inside it) kale has 12 vitamins and minerals inside it.

Kohlrabi $4.00 per Bundle of Three
Kohlrabi is a member of the cabbage family, and as such, comes with this family’s signature sweet-but-peppery flavor profile. We usually eat the bulbous bottom, but the entire kohlrabi plant is actually edible. Our kids line up for this exceptionally sweet morsel every time we harvest.

Rosemary $2.00 per Bundle
Rosemary leaves are used as a flavoring in foods, such as stuffing and roast lamb, pork, chicken, and turkey. Fresh or dried leaves are used in traditional Mediterranean cuisine. They have a bitter, astringent taste and a characteristic aroma which complements many cooked foods. Herbal tea can be made from the leaves. When roasted with meats or vegetables, the leaves impart a mustard-like aroma with an additional fragrance of charred wood that goes well with barbecued foods.


Radishes $2.00 per 1/2 Pound Bundle
Radishes are a root crop and are juicy, pungent, or sweet in taste. They can be white, red, purple or black, and in terms of shape, they can be long and cylindrical or round. They are eaten raw, cooked or pickled. French Breakfast, Red, pink, purple, white, black. Colors will rotate week to week.


Arugula $4.00 per 4 ounce bag
Although typically arugula is best in the Spring and Fall seasons, there are heat tolerant varieties that grow well in the heat. This peppery herb can be used to spice up and add flavor to just about any dish. 


Salad Mix $4.00 per 5 ounce bag
A salad should be more than just iceberg lettuce and salad dressing. Strong Roots believes that a salad should be a whole meal. Our salad mix includes not just salanova lettuce but seasonal greens that could include mizuna, spinach, kale, tatsoi, arugula, red amaranth, microgreens, and even edible flowers.


Beets $3.00 per Bundle of Three
The root vegetables are making a comeback! This tangy, earthy root vegetable is known to provide athletes longer endurance and stamina because it increases the nitrate levels and reduces oxygen requirements.

Dried Stevia $6.00 per Sample Bag 2 ounces

Stevia is A wonderful sugar supplement.  30 to 150 times sweeter than sugar and has 0 calories.



Herbal Infusions

Remember When $15.00 (2 oz bottle with dropper)

Remember When contains the powerful combination of ginkgo and gotu kola leaf, rosemary, peppermint, and ginger. The research behind gotu kola leaf suggests that it improves both learning and memory by increasing antioxidant levels in the blood. The extract from ginkgo leaves is used as a dietary supplement for many conditions, including dementia, eye problems, intermittent claudication (leg pain caused by narrowing arteries), tinnitus, and other health problems. Rosemary, on the other hand, reduces the oxidative damage to the brain with it’s powerful antioxidant activity. And let’s not forget ginger that acts as an anti-inflammatory. This anti-inflammatory property is important since many brain disorders including depression, anxiety, ADHD, brain fog, and Alzheimer’s are linked to chronic inflammation of the brain.