Slate fronts a story that affects a small percentage of the general population, but a rather larger percentage of its affluent, high-minded readership: What to do with all those frickin’ vegetables from your CSA.

Big quantities of sometimes exotic or less-than-delicious produce come part and parcel with the CSA lifestyle; writer Catherine Price calls Mark Bittman to ask about coping strategies, talks to Greens founder Deborah Madison, and eventually considers the expedient strategy of simply covering everything in béchamel sauce.

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