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No Worthington Farmers Market on September 28

Just a friendly reminder that there is no Worthington Farmers Market tomorrow, September 28, due to the annual Old Worthington Market Day artisan and craft festival. Please join us, next Saturday, October 5, when our outdoor season resumes at 8am! - The Worthington Farmers Market

Here's What's Fresh at the Worthington Farmers Market this Saturday

Fresh Picks from our Veggie Spy Meet the Mighty Microgreen! Don't let the name fool you, microgreens are a BIG deal. Microgreens are seedlings of edible vegetables and herbs that are harvested when they’re 7 to 14 days old and a few inches tall. These tiny veggies are dense with nutrients, many times more than what is found in the mature leaves. And they are packed with surprisingly intense flavors. Commonly grown microgreens include arugula, broccoli and radish. Use them as a garnish and in sandwiches, salads and snacks. Go to 9N Farm and Franklinton Farms, ask for a sample and stock up on these little delights! This week's Fresh Finds revealed: - Apples - Pumpkins - Plums - Pears - Paw pa

Here's What's Fresh at the Worthington Farmers Market this Saturday

Fresh Picks from our Veggie Spy Give Okra a Chance! Our veggie pick of the week is the under-appreciated okra. Yes, it has an unusual texture, but there's a reason it's a staple of Southern, Cajun, Indian, and other cuisines. This versatile vegetable can be steamed, stewed, baked, pickled, or (of course) fried. And, it's loaded with fiber, vitamin A, B vitamins and more! Did you you know that during the Civil War there was a coffee shortage, so Okra seeds were roasted and ground to form a caffeine-free substitute for coffee? So whether your motivation is historic or gastronomic, get yourself okrafied! You can find okra at 9N Farm and Wishwell. This week's Fresh Finds revealed: - Apples - Pum

Here's What's Fresh at the Worthington Farmers Market this Saturday

More Fresh Picks from our Veggie Spy Get ready for another OSU home game, with a stop at the Worthington Farmers Market, tomorrow. The Market opens at 8am...Plenty of time to shop before the noon kick-off! A Tale of Two Green Beans How well do you know your green beans? Roma and Romano are two very similar types of green beans that have no string, are very tender and have a crispy texture with a mouthwatering, rich flavor. They are ideal for eating fresh, canning or cooking. So what have you "bean" waiting for? Grab some Roma or Romano beans, available ati Cottage Garden and Toad Hill. This week's Fresh Finds revealed: - Apples - Peaches - Plums - Pears - Cantaloupe - Raspberries (limited)

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