Farmer’s Markets – Tis the Season

Spring has sprung which means that your local Farmer’s Markets are opening for the season.   Most start up anywhere between April and June and run through Sept-Oct.

Buying from your local farmer’s market is the very best way to ensure that you get the most nutrient bang for your buck.  The food is fresh, recently harvested, and hasn’t traveled cross country (or continent) to get to you.  And it’s a great way to spend some quality time with your family or with friends.   Find a Farmer’s Market in the Greater Seattle area.

Also of interest are CSA’s (Community Supported Agriculture).  These are local farms that provide you personally with a regular supply of fresh, local veggies, etc.  Click here to learn more about CSA’s.    And, for you here in the Greater Seattle area, click the following link to find a CSA near you:  CSA link

Lastly, what about Grass Fed Beef?  I plan on blogging soon about the HUGE difference between grass fed beef and conventionally raised beef.  But for now, click here to learn why you should at least consider going 100% grass fed when it comes to “What’s for Dinner?”

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