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SMALL 4-WEEK SUBSCRIPTION PLAN ...

$810.00$910.00

SMALL 4-WEEK SUBSCRIPTION PLAN (2-3 people)

$810.00$910.00

A month long subscription that will deliver a box of fresh vegetables hand-picked by our farm manager to your door once every week. Select your preferred mix (more Western, more Chinese or Equal amounts) and let us do the rest!

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SUBSCRIPTION PLAN (5-6 people)

MEDIUM 4-WEEK SUBSCRIPTION ...

$980.00$1,080.00

MEDIUM 4-WEEK SUBSCRIPTION PLAN (3-4 people)

$980.00$1,080.00

A month long subscription that will deliver a box of fresh vegetables hand-picked by our farm manager to your door once every week. Select your preferred mix (more Western, more Chinese or Equal amounts) and let us do the rest!

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LARGE 4-WEEK SUBSCRIPTION PLAN ...

$1,470.00$1,650.00

LARGE 4-WEEK SUBSCRIPTION PLAN (5-6 people)

$1,470.00$1,650.00

A month long subscription that will deliver a box of fresh vegetables hand-picked by our farm manager to your door once every week. Select your preferred mix (more Western, more Chinese or Equal amounts) and let us do the rest!

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CHERRY RADISHES (300g)

$35.00

CHERRY RADISHES (300g)

$35.00

Don't let their petite sizes fool you, these nuggets pack a raw fiery punch, great to liven up a green salad with both taste and vibrant colour.

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CUCUMBER (300g+)

$35.00

CUCUMBER (300g+)

$35.00

Smooth as a baby's bottom, tender as a mother's heart, these cukes are burpless unlike their shorter pickling counterparts. Expect a crunchy bite packed full of sweetness.

OKRA

OKRA (300g)

$40.00

OKRA (300g)

$40.00

Never has a fruit caused such divide amongst humans (apart from maybe durian), there are two camps of people when it comes to Okra, those who love it and those who hate it.  Whatever your predisposition, we urge you to give our aquaponically grown Okra a go.  Cut up these tender little pods and chuck them in curries, stews or anything that needs a little bit of thickening, and maybe you’ll change tents by the end …

TOSCANO KALE

TOSCANO KALE (100g)

$35.00

TOSCANO KALE (100g)

$35.00

The fact that this Italian kale resembles a miniature prehistoric palm tree may well explain its common name, dinosaur kale. The long, straight leaves with their pebbly texture will give your immune system a substantial boost. An extremely versatile leafy vegetable that is sweet and tender, Toscano is open to sautéing, slow-cooking and braising just to name a few methods.

CURLY KALE

CURLY KALE (100g)

$35.00

CURLY KALE (100g)

$35.00

One of our biggest crowd-pleasers, curly kale is considered a superfood loaded with vitamins and minerals.  High in water content, the shelf life of aquaponics kale is almost double that of soil-grown counterparts.  The blue-green leaves of this extra-curly curly kale are perfect for making your own homemade kale …

    

 

 

SPINACH

SPINACH (200g)

$30.00

SPINACH (200g)

$30.00

Second to none, spinach is the one true king when it comes to full-spectrum nutritional profiles of vegetables, not to mention it has an exceptionally low caloric value. But more importantly, spinach is just plain delicious.

 

 

 

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BROADLEAF MUSTARD (100g)

$20.00

BROADLEAF MUSTARD (100g)

$20.00

FIRE! FIRE! Fire in my mouth! OK so maybe we’re exaggerating a little bit, but this mustard here is no joke. Survivors have claimed that the leaves are seriously spicy and taste a fair bit like wasabi. Makes sense, seeing as how this variety was bred in Japan, home of the tear-jerking horseradish. Depending on the prevailing weather conditions, the textured leaves may range from purple to green. If you can’t handle the heat, lightly steam, sauté or stir-fry it to take the bite out. Or surprise that sandwich thief in your office with a single unsuspecting well-hidden leaf, sit back and enjoy the show.

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COLLARD (100g)

$20.00

COLLARD (100g)

$20.00

Collards may be a long time favourite in the Southern US States, but they found themselves upon the tables of Greeks and Romans who feasted on this earth long before we did. A close relative to kale, their milder demeanour allows them to be readily paired with both rich and light flavours alike. Down in the Deep South, you will almost be certain to find collards sitting at the bottom of your bowl of heart-warming stew. Their antioxidant and cholesterol lowering properties make them just about one of the healthiest leafy vegetables around.

MIZUNA JAPANESE MUSTARD

MIZUNA MUSTARD (100g)

$20.00

MIZUNA MUSTARD (100g)

$20.00

You may know it as Japanese mustard, and whilst it too contains the bitter, peppery, piquant flavours of arugula and mustards, it is far more modest and therefore much more acceptable to some. Use the feathery leaves and juicy stalks for salads, stir-fries, light sautés, or nabamono, Japanese hot pots.

RAINBOW SWISS CHARD

SWISS CHARD (200g)

$30.00

SWISS CHARD (200g)

$30.00

A true superstar amongst leafy vegetables, Swiss chard is not only pleasing to the eye, but also one of the most nutritious vegetables available, bursting with anthocyanins and fibre. The slightly savoyed, giant leaves of the Bright Light variety are most often lush green or burgundy, but the stalks may come in gold, pink, crimson, orange, scarlet, purple, green, white and even pink-and-white-striped, making for a visual feast. You’d be …

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RUBY STREAKS MUSTARD

RUBY STREAKS MUSTARD (100g)

$20.00

RUBY STREAKS MUSTARD (100g)

$20.00

Even more fiery than its green counterparts, this highly ruffled, deeply cut red leaf mustard has crunchy violet leaves juxtaposed against wasabi green stems. Great for spicing up salads, sautés, braised dishes or even homemade salsa verdes.

WATERCRESS

WATERCRESS (150g)

$20.00

WATERCRESS (150g)

$20.00

The dark knight of vegetables, watercress has spent many a years shunned from the limelight it truly deserves. Pound for pound, watercress contains more nutrients than any other fruit or vegetable that mankind has managed to cultivate,and therein lies its true beauty. Do what you will with your watercress, the diversity of its nutrient profile is only rivalled by its versatility. Throw it in a salad or a juice, slip it in a sarnie or on …

BUTTERHEAD LETTUCE

BUTTERHEAD LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

BUTTERHEAD LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

The go-to butterhead lettuce for salads.  Leaves are tender and mildly sweet. 

 

GREEN OAKLEAF LETTUCE

GREEN OAKLEAF LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

GREEN OAKLEAF LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

A frilly, lobed, lime-green lettuce with a slight resemblance to a giant green flower-ball, this oakleaf carries a slight bittersweet flavour which is best balanced out with a ziny dressing such as a pistachio vinaigrette.  Almost too pretty to eat.  Almost.

GREEN ROMAINE LETTUCE

GREEN ROMAINE LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

GREEN ROMAINE LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

With long, delicate and sweet crispy leaves, this romaine lettuce has been a favourite with our youngest fans (feeding kids vegetables has never been easier!). If you’re looking for something new, why not brush these crunchy leaves with a dash of olive oil and put them on the grill?

RED ROMAINE LETTUCE

RED ROMAINE LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

RED ROMAINE LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

A burnished-red mini romaine with olive-green midribs to add some colour and crispiness to your salad mix with. Long slender leaves are an excellent choice for intricate plating to impress the most demanding of houseguests.

 

CREAM CHINESE CABBAGE

CHINESE CABBAGE (300g)

$35.00

CHINESE CABBAGE (300g)

$35.00

First cultivated in and around Beijing, Chinese cabbage has long been a favourite up in the Northern reaches of China. An absolute essential for hot pots and Sukiyakis, our Chinese cabbage does not disappoint with its mild, sweet flavour. The tender milky green leaves also do well in stir-fries and in soups as they absorb the flavours of companion ingredients. Great shredded in an Asian salad with a sesame oil base or pocketed into Chinese …

HYBRID JAPANESE KALE

CHINESE KALE / GAI-LAAN (300g)

$35.00

CHINESE KALE / GAI-LAAN (300g)

$35.00

Kai-Lan, often referred to as Chinese Kale, is a staple of Cantonese cuisine.  Our Sino-Japanese hybrid variety has bluish-green leaves that possess a hint of mustard flavour when had raw.  With flavours reminiscent of its close relatives broccoli and western kale, Chinese Kale is best prepared either in a stir-fry after a light blanch, or steamed.  

CHOY SUM

CHOI SUM (300g)

$35.00

CHOI SUM (300g)

$35.00

Indispensable in a Cantonese kitchen, the tender leaves, stems and flower buds of Choi Sum hold many uses.  Although traditionally prepared either by blanching, steaming, or stir-frying, the sweet leaves of our Choi Sum can also hold their own in a salad.

EDIBLE CHRYSANTHEMUM

EDIBLE CHRYSANTHEMUM (300g)

$35.00

EDIBLE CHRYSANTHEMUM (300g)

$35.00

Known simply as Shingiku in Japan, edible garland chrysanthemum is popular in Chinese and Japanese cuisines alike.  The mildly herbaceous taste infused in both the crunchy stalks and serrated leaves are suited for use in soups, stews, Sukiyakis, hotpots, stir-fries, salads, pickling and as a garnish for sushi.  Cook lightly to preserve flavour. 

 

 

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INDIAN LETTUCE

INDIAN LETTUCE / YAU-MUK ...

$35.00

INDIAN LETTUCE / YAU-MUK (300g)

$35.00

This Asian lettuce variety has long bladelike leaves that share some resemblance to those of a Romaine lettuce. Taste is somewhat bitter, but contains high levels of chemopreventative antioxidants. Can be enjoyed boiled, steamed, stir-fried, in a soup or in a salad.

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MALABAR SPINACH (100g)

$20.00

MALABAR SPINACH (100g)

$20.00

While most salad greens shy away from the heat of summer, Malabar Spinach lets loose its full potential, sprouting glossy green leaves and contrasting red stems left and right. Its flavour is not exactly like that of English spinach but it comes close to it when it’s cooked, and better yet, its thicker, juicier leaves hold up better and don’t wilt quite so much. They are absolutely delicious sautéed with eggs or added to a curry. On the other hand, having them raw is a whole different story; the succulent leaves will have you thinking of citrus and peppers whilst you sink your teeth into that scrumptious sandwich.

SHANGHAI PAK CHOI

SHANGHAI PAK CHOI (300g)

$35.00

SHANGHAI PAK CHOI (300g)

$35.00

Tender green leaves and crispy green petioles; treat as you would normal pak choi.

 

 

SPRING PAK CHOI (???)

PAK CHOI (300g)

$35.00

PAK CHOI (300g)

$35.00

Pak Choi, nothing to write home about here. There are probably over 365 recipes online on how to cook this omnipresent Asian green and we’re going to leave it to you to try them all!

Only 3 left in stock

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TATSOI (300g)

$35.00

TATSOI (300g)

$35.00

With leaves like the shape of a spoon, one can forgive the person who gave Tatsoi the alternate name of Spoon Mustard. This Asian green has discovered newfound popularity in Western cuisine recently with its mild nutty flavour popular in salads. If you’d rather cook these delicate greens, then do so lightly and they will give off a warm earthiness instead, similar to that of spinach.

PESTO BASIL

BASIL (40g)

$25.00

BASIL (40g)

$25.00

Our aquaponically-grown basil is the best basil you’re likely to find to make your homemade pesto sauce with, and we take our claims seriously. The lush green leaves are exceptionally aromatic, and are thus great for brewing an antioxidant rich tea.

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COMMON SAGE (20g)

$20.00

COMMON SAGE (20g)

$20.00

Owing to its many culinary and medicinal properties, sage has long been regarded as an essential herb. With its peppery flavour, this herb is best suited for making dressings, stuffings and sausages, as well as for accompanying pork and poultry dishes. Tea steeped with sage is great for clearing up coughs, colds and fevers as well as for soothing the digestive tract and calming the mind.

Only 1 left in stock

DILL

DILL (20g)

$20.00

DILL (20g)

$20.00

Dill has a long history of medicinal and culinary usage across Southern Russia, Western Africa and the Mediterranean region.  Revered for its antibacterial properties, this herb was oft-used by Hippocrates, the father of medicine, himself.  In the kitchen, the delicate sweet taste of the fern-like leaves is commonly used…

 

 

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GARLIC CHIVES (60g)

$25.00

GARLIC CHIVES (60g)

$25.00

We don’t grow garlic here at Evergreens, but we do grow the next best thing: Garlic Chives! They’re perfect for egg dishes and quintessential in home-cooked dumplings and pot-stickers. They also toe the herb/vegetable line carefully and are very useful as seasoning, garnish or part of a marinade. Please note that garlic chives are not the same as chives which lend more of an onion-y taste.

ITALIAN PARSLEY

ITALIAN PARSLEY (20g)

$20.00

ITALIAN PARSLEY (20g)

$20.00

True to its name, our Italian Parsley is a large, flat-leafed parsley variety prized by Italian cooks.  Far superior to curly varieties for its heat-tolerance properties during cooking, this particular variety is sworn by chefs abound to be one of the best tasting available in the market. Add a sprinkle of these chopped dark green …

  

 

LEMONGRASS

LEMONGRASS (50g)

$25.00

LEMONGRASS (50g)

$25.00

Arguably the most important culinary herb in Southeast Asian cuisine (who doesn’t like a good Tom Yum soup!?), these grassy stalks are great for imparting a lemony, citrusy taste to both sweet and savoury dishes alike. Bruise first before using to enhance release of flavour compounds.

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PEPPERMINT (20g)

$20.00

PEPPERMINT (20g)

$20.00

Ahhhhhh that refreshing taste. Although not often used in cooking, almost all of us get familiar with this mint leaf on a daily basis in the form of chewing gum or toothpaste. Peppermint goes well shredded in grain or bean salads and you’ll find it comes in handy when you’re trying to cook up some mint-flavoured sweet treats. Take note if you’re somebody who constantly has an upset stomach, as a quick batch of peppermint tea should make you feel better in a jiffy!

SPEARMINT

SPEARMINT (20g)

$20.00

SPEARMINT (20g)

$20.00

There is truly nothing as refreshing as fresh cut leaves of a mint plant. Milder and sweeter than peppermint, spearmint is our go-to-choice for making sauces and jellies which best complement savoury dishes such as grilled and roasted meats. High in antioxidants, spearmint makes a great tea that can be used to alleviate symptoms of a wide variety of ailments.

 

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TARRAGON (20g)

$20.00

TARRAGON (20g)

$20.00

Tarragon leaves are a mixture of sweet aniseed and mild vanilla. Though the flavour is intense in fresh specimens, it is almost completely absent in the dried form as the aromatic oils dissipate quickly. Fresh Tarragon is very hard to find in Hong Kong, but luckily for the Francophiles out there, and all those who love French cuisine (think Bernaise sauce and fines herbes), we have you covered! It finishes off fish, omelet and poultry dishes particularly well and is perfect for imbuing it’s distinctive flavour into white wine vinegar for a flavoured salad dressing.

Add towards the end of cooking for best retention of aromatics.

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RED OAKLEAF LETTUCE

RED OAKLEAF LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

RED OAKLEAF LETTUCE (150g)

$25.00

Deep-cherry lobes on the outside, bright green near the core, this oakleaf is beautiful enough to use in a bouquet toss at a wedding.  

COMMON RUE

COMMON RUE (20g)

$20.00

COMMON RUE (20g)

$20.00

A mainstream herb, rue is not, but it definitely has its place in the kitchen.  Its very peculiar bitter taste is much beloved in the winter months to add to Chinese desserts such as green bean soup.   For the adventure seekers, try pairing just a tad of rue with acidic foods to create dishes such as an Italian tomato sauce with olives and capers.  And a side note for coffee aficionados, apparently Ethiopians dip rue leaves in their coffee for that …

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ROSEMARY

ROSEMARY (15g)

$25.00

ROSEMARY (15g)

$25.00

As much an Evergreens herb as an evergreen herb, expect our rosemary to be available all year round (in small quantities). Whilst the fragrant needle-like leaves are particularly suited for complementing stuffings and roast dishes, waste not and save the stems as kebab skewers. Barbecues aside, well-steeped rosemary tea is said to aid digestion, cognitive function and confer antioxidative benefits. Too pretty to eat? Well then …

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CILANTRO / CORIANDER (40g)

$25.00

CILANTRO / CORIANDER (40g)

$25.00

Known by some as Chinese parsley, cilantro is the leaves and stalks of the herbaceous plant which produces coriander seeds. Its distinctive, piquant flavour with citrus overtones is sought after equally in Latin America for livening up burritos, salsas and guacamoles, as well as in Asia for soups and as a garnish. If cooking, add towards the very end. For adding a splash of something different to your dishes, why not prepare your own cilantro butter?

ARUGULA

ARUGULA (100g)

$30.00

ARUGULA (100g)

$30.00

Do not underestimate the unassuming long, dark, lobed roquette that we grow here at Evergreens Republic. They pack a serious punch. Add just a handful to your salad or mesclun mix to spice things up. Can also be gently steamed or sautéed.

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