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Get to Know Freak Flag Foods - New at the 2017 Mill City Farmers Market  

Freak Flag Foods is new at the 2017 Mill City Farmers Market, and with Fred Haberman at the helm, they're on a mission to make the world more sustainable, delicious and fun. Partnering with Urban Organics and The Good Acre for ingredients, they've created sassy sauces and encourage you to "spread it, mix it, dollop or dip it."

Find them on the MCFM's expansion space (in front of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) building, across from the main Market plaza).

July 29, 2017 Mill City Farmers Market

There are currently three varieties: Red Sauce, Kale Pesto and Green Sauce. Ingredient for each are shown in the below photos, and the captions offer some serving suggestions (obtained from their website).

July 29, 2017 Mill City Farmers MarketRed Sauce: Mix it with tomato sauce for perfect enchiladas. Add it to tomato sauce and butter for Indian inspired curry sauce. Heat it with coconut milk, chicken and sweet peppers for Thai inspired soup.

July 29, 2017 Mill City Farmers MarketKale Pesto: Spread it on your favorite sandwiches, burgers or wraps. Toss it with hot or cold cooked pasta.Spoon it over sliced tomatoes or other veggies.

July 29, 2017 Mill City Farmers MarketGreen Sauce: Spread it onto flat bread for amazing pizzas. Make it a marinade for grilling meats, fish, tempeh and veggies. Mix it with cream cheese and goat cheese for a tasty spread.

July 29, 2017 Mill City Farmers Market

July 29, 2017 Mill City Farmers Market

Does the woman holding the bag look familiar? That's none other than Mary Jane Miller from the Sustainable Farming Association (SFA)! She has served as a guest chef for the Mill City Cooks demos over the years.

July 29, 2017 Mill City Farmers Market

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