Good Spirit Bakery, Herschel Hills Artisan Cheese, K-5 Market Farm Products, New Life Organic Foods, Northern Vigor Berries, Saskatoon Farmers' Market, Simpkins Market Garden, Super Salsas, The Ginger Lady, Three Sisters Bakery, Wally's Urban Market Garden
I finally bought myself a new camera. Guess I took one photo too many and my poor Lumix decided to retire.
Well, March is nutrition month and since I blogged about it last year, I thought I should remind everyone again that what we feed our bodies is important to our health. Every Saturday morning at the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market nutritionists will be in the Agrium Market Kitchen to answer your questions, plus demo nutritious ideas.
But if you can’t talk to a nutritionist, there are plenty of other knowledgeable people on hand to give you the “thumbs ups” on healthy foods.
And to name a few:
Wally’s Urban Market Garden – Wally always has a beautiful presentation of fresh vegetables. Pictured, Sunshine Squash and Rainbow Carrots.
The Ginger Lady – Dianne will gladly offer you warm samples of her tea and discuss the many benefits of ginger.
Delicious ginger teas
I add about a half teaspoon of the Garlic Chili sauce to my scramble eggs for that extra healthy flavor.
Simpkins Market Garden – You’ll find a variety of vegetables at their booth and sometimes African Squash. Simpkins moves outside in the summer months.
New Life Organic Foods – A new vendor at the market with a focus on organic healthy grains.
Super Salsas – Make sure you drop by Linda’s Super Salsas for a sample of healthy Mexican food. There are a variety of salsas and all freshly made.
Green chile salsa
Northern Vigor Berries – Betty swears by the health benefits of these berries. Great for smoothies.
Try a sample of Sea Buckthorn Tea.
Three Sisters Bakery – These breads are packed full of flavor and healthy grains. This month they’re selling fresh-baked hot cross buns.
Herschel Hills Artisan Cheese – Herschell Hills offers selections of locally made pasteurized goat and cow milk cheeses. Be sure to drop by their booth for some delicious samples.
Good Spirit Bakery – I can’t resist fresh-baked breads.
Floating Gardens – Rachel and Chris grow their vegetables and herbs year round in a pesticide-free environment.
Vine ripened Italian eggplant
Vine ripened cherry tomatoes
K-5 Market Farm Products – Not only are these berries great for pies, but Tony swears they make the best smoothies. All the berries are hand-picked. Visit my earlier page for more information.
I’ve only covered a few of the great vendors at the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market. Stayed stewed for more.