Revised and updated. Originally posted June 19, 2015 When it’s strawberry season, we pick strawberries, buy flats of strawberries from our CSA (community supported agriculture) share, and make ALL THE THINGS with the strawberries. Some even make it to the freezer for later. One of our annual favorite June recipes is Strawberry Dream Chia Pudding. […]
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