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Tuesday
Jul122016

me&Z at the Mill City Farmers Market

Zelda Curti and Susan Griak of me&Z debuted their high quality, small batch almond milks at the July 9 Market. Their products are available in 16.25 oz. and 33 oz. bottles in the following flavors: Vanilla Date, Maple Walnut, Honey Lavender, Cinnamon Spice, Matcha, and Coconut. 

July 9, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 9, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 9, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

I've never taken the time to learn about almond milk, but it didn't take long to determine the huge benefit me&Z has over mainstream producers is that their almond milk contains 35% almonds and no additives or fillers.  I did a little research and found this eye-opening article about almond milks on Healthy Eater. Now compare those products to the ingredients in each me&Z milk. 

I picked up two bottles - Coconut and Cinnamon Spice - figuring I'd use one for my coffee, and the other as an ingredient in a coffee cake or other treat.  Here are some recipes in the running:

...and this site has quite a few recipes with almond milk as an ingredients:
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July 9, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market
me&Z will be at almost every Market thru the end of the outdoor season, so it's convenient to bring back your empty bottle(s) for money off on the next purchase. Their dates are listed on the MCFM's website. You can follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
July 9, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market
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July 9, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market
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July 9, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market
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