Last week, Adamah dropped off our first-ever Tuv Ha’Aretz share to Temple Israel Center in White Plains, New York. It felt somewhat historic (bashert? destined?) to finally bring together the young Jewish farmers at Adamah with Hazon’s Jewish Community-Supported Agriculture program. One of the highlights of the day was driving down to the city in Adamah’s new truck, which runs on used vegetable oil and is emblazoned with the icon above and the beautiful words, “Young Jewish Farmers: Changing the World One Pickle at a Time.”
We’re looking for sources of used vegetable oil to power the truck! If you have connections to restaurants who could donate used grease in Westchester, Duchess or Putnam Counties, please be in touch! Check out more photos of the truck, below.
Josh and me with Adamah’s one-of-a-kind (but hopefully not for long!) truck.
Our first Tuv Ha’Aretz CSA shares.
Adamah’s kosher, local, organic pickles, kimchi and jam for sale at the Tuv Ha’Aretz pick up in White Plains.
I think the back of the truck speaks for itself – though I can only imagine what the cars behind us must have been thinking!
Future Jewish Farmer? (Liora Ragozin – the daughter of Rabbi Michael Ragozin who helped found Tuv Ha’Aretz in White Plains).
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