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BRENNA84 SparkPoints: (54,070)
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3/16/13 2:57 P

thanx all for the awesome idea!

YOGINILMT Posts: 309
3/16/13 10:45 A

To the internet!
Google your state, month, and produce.
For example : ohio march produce
Local harvest can put you in direct contact with a farmer or farmer's market where they can only sell what's in season.

NIRERIN Posts: 14,013
3/15/13 6:10 P

your state department of agriculture is the best place to look for info about what is grown in your area.
as a secondary source can link you up with farms and co-ops in your area.

3/15/13 5:27 P

I would check grocery store flyers... front page is lost leaders and seasonal less expensive draw you in stuff.... so I check to see what is inexpensive this week in vegetables.... mushrooms..... broccoli....... ...... so in the spring the change is greater.... lettuce... etc... fall squash tomatoes.... etc..

WHOLENEWME79 Posts: 949
3/15/13 5:22 P

That has a pretty nice list of what is in season by month. You could also contact a local garden club or even the produce manager of your grocery store and ask them for suggestions, especially if you want to keep it local.

BRENNA84 SparkPoints: (54,070)
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3/15/13 4:27 P

I am trying to eat seasonal foods for the sake of better eating, better budgeting etc.

well I am curious, does my location have anything to do with it?

like the "seasonal" produce in texas is different than AK for whats available?

also, really where and how do I find out what the best veggies are to buy in March? or in april? etc?

would love some ideas.

thanx. emoticon emoticon

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