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Winter vegetables to be available

What’s Fresh February 10

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market.

Fruits and Vegetables
Micro Greens (sunflower, broccoli, radish, mustard, onion, dill, pea)
Brussels Sprouts
Broccoli
Radish
Turnip
Carrot
Spinach
Head Lettuce
Kale
Chard
Bok Choy
Arugula
Green Onions
Potatoes
Pecans
Greenhouse Tomatoes
Assorted Herbs

Honey

Protein – Alaskan Salmon, Pasture-Raised Beef, Lamb, Pork, Chicken, Broth, and Eggs.

Dairy –  butter, drinkable yogurt

Artisan food –  roasted coffee, salsa and chips, jams, jellies and chutney, ginger beer, soup + dip + baking mixes, sliced and spreadable bacon + bacon-on-a-stick, sprouted nuts and nut butters, pasta + ravioli + sauces,  pickles, handcrafted low sodium spice blends, ayurvedic spice blends + teas, tamales, locally made breads, croissants, pies, cookies, macarons, cinnamon buns, empanadas, quiche,  granola, home made hummus, tapenade, health elixers, berry vinegar, Texas olive oil and balsamic vinegar, quality spices, freshly milled oat and grain products, and more.

Other –  soaps, soy candles, doggie biscuits, locally made socks

Services –knife sharpening with Lonestar Mobile Knife Sharpening (every 1st market day of the month)

GROWING PRACTICES: Our farmers products are Certified Organic, Certified Naturally Grown, Sustainably Grown, or Conventionally Grown. Ask your farmers to learn more, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page!

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