I've just joined a CSA, which is completely absurd (for me). I'm rarely home; I rarely cook; my kitchen is unsuited for handling a large influx of vegetables in need of spontaneous cooking. I do enjoy cooking, though, on the rare occasions when I do it (and I'm not just saying this so I don't get fired).
But I realized that griping about the mall-sized new Whole Foods in my neighborhood, and then lazily relying on it for most of my shopping, wasn't defensible. Better, I figured, to support a small local farm directly—even if it just means writing a check and then letting some vegetables rot in my kitchen while I travel or play hooky from home. I'm hoping the weekly produce onslaught will force me to cook more—and at the very least, to eat more vegetables, which I love but usually don't get enough of.