• Two Broccoli
  • Three Kohlrabi’s
  • Bunch of Radishes
  • 2 Zucchini
  • Pound of Green Beans
  • Pint of Strawberries
  • Half a Dozen Beets
  • Lettuces
  • Head of Cabbage


Healthy Deal if you ask me.

Have a go at breaking the conventional grocery store shopping habit and search out the weekly farmers market or front yard farm stands in your area for freshly picked, seasonal produce.

Buying direct from the producers when possible is a rich shopping experience at a great price.

Cheers to farmers markets everywhere.


  1. Randi says:

    I have a wonderful man, named George, that I buy produce from. He is a total hippie, huge beard….just a lovely man! He goes out of his way to make the experience of buying veggies memorable for my two little girls. He talks to them, gives them flowers or a little watermelon or pumpkin. My 7 year old LOVES kohlrabi raw, sliced and salted. It’s her favorite part of visiting George!

  2. brittney says:

    hi michele!
    i live in missoula, montana! we have the most amazing farmers market! i love to spend my saturday mornings cruzing the market with my family. we always buy fresh and local produce from our vendors. you are right, the fruits and vegetables are always a better deal and so munch more tasty! i am glad to see your bountiful basket of goodies!

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