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Farmers Market

Farmers markets are a very good source of locally grown vegetables & produce.  Did you know that the produce your purchase at your local store travels a distance of 1000 miles to get there.  There are many people who handle that produce in transit, not to mention the cleanliness of the transport vehicle.  It does take dedication to get up on a Saturday morning to get to the market but the remarks are great.  It's a proven fact that once the produce is picked, nutitional value starts to decline.  Therefore, you're really not getting the full benefits of fresh produce.  I recently roasted an all-natural whole chicken with potatoes, carrots, squash I'd picked out of the garden that morning.  I also cooked fresh okra with sliced tomatoes--organic and out of my garden the same day.  My husband wasn't real impressed but I know that's as good a meal as it gets.  Plan ahead and purchase fresh produce on sale.  You can freeze it or can it.  We have great deals at our market on produce that has blemishes but is still very good.  Happy fresh eatiing.

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trading coach on Tuesday, October 09, 2012 10:24 PM
What an informative allocation dude. Simply satisfied by knowing a lot of info about farmers market. I hope farmer market will able to keep up their popularity day by day as well. Thanks dude
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Soyabean Tips on Thursday, February 27, 2014 11:27 PM
Good post !!An impressive share! I just forwarded this onto a coworker who has been conducting a little research on this.
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