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Cross posting from the cooking board too.

I recently joined a co-op for locally grown, organic vegetables. Once a week a box full of stuff is dropped off at my house. I thought it would be a good way for me to increase the amount of cooking I do and the amount of veggies I eat.

But now I am overrun with veggies that I don't know how to cook. Right now I have the following:

peppers - small, green and I think sweet, and about two pounds worth
sweet potatoes
winter squash

I know this stuff isn't going to last very long, so I need to get it cooked. I can steam the broccoli and bake the sweet potatoes. I can use the herbs in something. But I have no idea what to do with so many small peppers and I have never cooked turnips, kale or cabbage.

I could really use some help in figuring out hot to use this stuff before I end up throwing it out.
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