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Farmers Market Archive

Maazah Chutney at the Mill City Farmers Market

One of the new Mill City Farmers Market vendors for 2019 is Maazah Chutney, a small-batch, gourmet goes-with-anything condiment created by sisters Yasameen and Sheilla Sajady. This “Magic Green Sauce” is inspired by their mother, who taught them that good food starts with good ingredients.

I love sauces like Maazah Chutney because they're so versatile. The suggestions on their chalk board are just the tip of the iceberg! And with simple ingredients including cilantro, garlic, peppers, ginger and walnuts, there's no guilt with using a lot of it. The product is available in two versions: Original and Hot.

Look for Maazah at the following MCFM's: June 8 & 22, August 3 & 17, September 21, and October 5 & 19.

Contact Yasameen at; follow on Facebook. You can also purchase this tasty condiment at Eastside Food Co-Op, Seward Community Co-op and other locations.

May 25, 2019 Mill City Farmers MarketYasameen at the May 25 Mill City Farmers Market

May 25, 2019 Mill City Farmers Market

May 25, 2019 Mill City Farmers Market

May 25, 2019 Mill City Farmers Market

Does that look fresh or what ! ? !

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