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4 months ago

Our store hours are 12 pm - 7 pm, daily with early shopping for 60+ or immunocompromised from 11 am - 12 pm.

Our hours may be shorter, but we're still working hard to make sure we have what you need when you need it!

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4 months ago

We've streamlined the ordering process so that you can maintain social distancing while still enjoying one of your made-to-order favorites!

4 months ago

Our made-to-order burritos are BACK starting May 5th!
Available Monday - Saturday. 12 PM - 6 PM.

2X Punch Burritos May 5 - 16.

CINCO DE MAYO SPECIAL (May 5 - one day only!):
Buy any Burrito, get a Free Mini Burrito

4 months ago

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HarvAid is an employee assistance fund created to help Open Harvest employees who experience a financial crisis. Funds raised at the register during the first part of May will be deposited into the HarvAid fund and earmarked to support staff who are directly affected during the COVID-19 pandemic.

4 months ago

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Honey Lemon Ginger Tea

Feeling achy? Stuffy? Sore throat? Warm your soul with a cup of this delicious & nutritious tea.

251 calories, 1 g. fat, 18 mg. sodium, 36 g. carbohydrate, 2 g. fiber, 2 g. protein

Ingredients for 1 serving:

  • 1-inch fresh ginger root, peeled
  • 1 cup water, boiling
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice, freshly squeezed
  • 1 tablespoon honey (raw, unpasteurized)


Gather the ingredients. Peel the ginger. Grate the ginger into a teapot, medium bowl, or large measuring cup. Pour 1 cup boiling water over the ginger and let it steep for 3 minutes. While the mixture is brewing, put the lemon juice and honey in a large mug. Strain the ginger tea into the mug. Stir to dissolve the honey, taste, and add more honey or lemon juice to taste. Serve hot.


  • Add a dash of cinnamon, nutmeg, or cardamom at the end for a warm spice flavor.
  • Use a cinnamon stick to do the stirring to dissolve the honey.
  • A bit of tumeric tastes great and turns the tea a brilliant yellow.
  • If you like things spicy, add a dash of cayenne.
  • If the lemon flavor is too much for you, balance it out with a splash of orange juice.
  • Is it bedtime? You wouldn’t be the first person to add a shot of whiskey, bourbon, scotch, rye or dark rum to the mug

Source: The Spruce Eats