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Farmers Market Archive
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Jun242017

Shopping Basket from the June 24 Mill City Farmers Market 

New in the basket this week: Maize popcorn and Tanka Trail Buffalo Bites & Trail Mix from Northland Visions, a new Mill City Farmers Market vendor for 2017. Last October, sisters Kylene and Mel Guse from GYST Fermanation Bar were guests at the Mill City Cooks demo, and they were back at the June 24 Market with a variety of their lacto fermented vegetables. Also, the first red potatoes and carrots of the season arrived. The Sonora White from Heritage Breads is to die for - fantastic taste and texture! There are only 2 in the basket, but I picked up one each of all four flavors of Darling Pickle Dips. They're earmarked for potato salad, collard green wraps, and maybe one to share at the office... :D

June 24, 2017 Mill City Farmers Market

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