Market Produce – Nov 18

 It’s been a bit of a windy week.  It’s interesting how our climate seems to be changing.  According to a United Nations report 18 percent of all green house gases is due to livestock agriculture that’s more than all the world cars, planes and all other transport put together Eek!  Perhaps we could breath a little easy this week and go a little more green with our meals or how about orange?!  I was a bit pressed for time and energy and decided this weekend to make this easy peasy carrot soup.  Check out this tasty carrot soup recipe that’s quick to put together in a pinch.

The season is over for Fresh Roots but please come check out what we have for you this weekend

Here is what to expect at the market this week:
  • Apples Ambrosia (BC)
  • Avocados (Mex)
  • Bananas (South America & Organic)
  • Carrots (BC)
  • Cauliflower (Calif)
  • Kaboucha squash (BC)
  • Lettuce multi leaf trio (Sask)
  • Kabocha Squash (BC)
  • Red Onions  (Wash)
  • Oranges (Calif)
  • Sweet Potatoes(Calif)
  • Potatoes Red Nugget (BC)
  • Zucchini squash (Mex and Organic)

So make sure to head down to this Saturday’s mobile market locations to stock up. We will be at Cedar Cottage  at 10:00am to 11:00am, Helping Spirit Lodge from 1:00pm to 2:00pm and Brant Villa at 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Take a look at our mobile market locations for more info on how to find us.

Also this weekend make sure to check out the Special Film Screening of “Tending the Wild”

See you this weekend!

*As always, produce lists are subject to change. Thank you for your understanding.

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