Thursday, September 15, 2016

Guavas!! - Farmers Market 2nd Week of Sept 1

Hey guys!

Guava season has arrived! Guava is one of my most favorite fruits. I was so excited to see them.
We went to two farmers market this week. At the first one we bought:

Pink guavas $1.50 (not certified organic, but they do not use chemicals)
The skin is yellow but it is pink inside. Items from here are all organic.

A pineapple. Do you know how to pick ripe ones? When you can pull off a leaf at the top easily, that means the pineapple is ripe. This pineapple is white inside and very sweet and sour at the same time. It is kind of sticky (gooy) and dense.

1 dozen of pasture raised eggs. Do you know pasture raised eggs are better than free range? Free range chickens are fed soy and still live in a limited space. Pasture raised chickens can go outside freely and they forage for their own food. Meaning no soy in their diet;) We got a mix of green and brown eggs.

A bag of kale and billimba. It was our first time seeing billimba. It is supposed to be gut healing. It needs to be cooked. We later sauteed it with salt and pepper. It was sour and little sweet. Nice and refreshing. Pineapple, eggs, kale, billimba, and a bag of sunflower sprouts (forgot to take a picture of them), it was $25 all together.
I will write about what we bought at the second farmers market in my next entry. Thank you for visiting my blog! Have a nice day;)

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