The 18 Stages Of Visiting A Farmers’ Market

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You grow weary of your local supermarket's corporate blandness, with its faceless customer service automatons and suspiciously fresh-looking imported produce.

You grow weary of your local supermarket's corporate blandness, with its faceless customer service automatons and suspiciously fresh-looking imported produce.

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You start to worry that, by not actively supporting local food producers, you're becoming some sort of sheeple.

You start to worry that, by not actively supporting local food producers, you're becoming some sort of sheeple .

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So you make like a upstanding citizen and visit a nearby farmers' market. And suddenly, you can't understand why you're not always at a farmers' market.

So you make like a upstanding citizen and visit a nearby farmers' market. And suddenly, you can't understand why you're not always at a farmers' market.

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You feel so outdoorsy! All the stallholders are smiling at you! And you smile beatifically back at everyone, knowing you're all doing your own little bit to support local producers.

You feel so outdoorsy ! All the stallholders are smiling at you! And you smile beatifically back at everyone, knowing you're all doing your own little bit to support local producers.

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