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Anyone go to a farmers market where you live? Ours always has beautiful flowers! 💐🌺🌸🌻

2023.05.28 06:56 BluejayMajestic1757 Anyone go to a farmers market where you live? Ours always has beautiful flowers! 💐🌺🌸🌻

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2023.05.28 06:54 teepwani First time at farmer’s market and dog friendly restaurant! He surprisingly did well (15 months)

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2023.05.28 06:23 Purple_Bottle_ Cookie fail

I was SO excited to make this recipe that popped up from Tasty - they tested 50 cookie recipes and this came out on top. I followed it closely and the batter tasted incredible and toffee like but the cookies came out flat, spongy and bland. The only thing I can think of is the eggs we got from the farmers market were huge, would that be enough to make them turn out so terribly? I would say they are bordering on inedible. No matter what I do I just can't get cookies right! Any advice?
https://tasty.co/recipe/tasty-101-ultimate-brown-butter-chocolate-chip-cookies?ref=bfbiotasty&utm_campaign=bfbiotasty&utm_source=buzzfeed.bio&p_id=126702
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2023.05.28 05:52 thisisme1202 first attempt at pie in 6 years! got some rhubarb from the farmer’s market!

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2023.05.28 05:31 Accurate_Reach_5004 Raw milk at farmers markets?

Anyone know where I can get raw milk in Denver? A lot of the local milk share places in Denver via rawmilk.com are already full, just curious if someone has seen any at farmer markets in town.
Cheers
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2023.05.28 05:11 Inner-Leader-3728 Farmer's Markets?

New to Nanaimo. Is there any farmer's markets around the area?
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2023.05.28 04:49 RemDress Terrible farmers markets?

I’ve regularly attended every farmers market on the North Shore for years, I’ve always loved them. I was just at the Quay and Loutet’s farmers markets today.
I’m aware everything took a huge hit with COVID, and it’s obvious the markets never quite bounced back.
I guess my question is, why do they suck so bad? Both markets were absolutely pathetic in their attendance, not only with customers but also stall owners. So little variety, barely any food, the Loutet farm had maybe nine stalls, max.
Are regular stall owners getting priced out? Are the markets run by unpleasant characters? I appreciate the stalls that did show up, but have all the other business owners just found it’s not worth it?
Lift the curtain, tell me what’s going on in the market scene!
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2023.05.28 04:13 JobDue4090 Things to do with family within 1 hour of Great Barrington?

I'll be in Great Barrington, MA with my wife and toddler from June 2-6th. I'm looking for ideas for fun things to do.
I grew up in New England (though I haven't spent much time at all in Western Mass) and currently live in the Pacific Northwest. I'm hoping to show them some of the natural beauty of the area. Also, looking for quick day trips in MA, CT, or NY.
Here are a few things I'm considering:
The Clark Institute; Beartown State Park; East Mountain State Park; Guthrie Center; MASS MOCA; Berkshire Botanical Garden; Melville’s Arrowhead; Shaker Farm; Emily Dickinson Museum; Amherst Farmers Market; Tanglewood (doesn't look like there are any shows, but maybe the grounds are worth exploring?)
Would really appreciate some more ideas, as well as thoughts on what's worth doing and not worth doing. Thank you!
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2023.05.28 03:54 NewYorkmmjMOD New Yorkers Could Be Weed Shopping at Farmers' Markets This Summer

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2023.05.28 03:42 Veganforpeace Farmers Market Progress

Farmers Market Progress
My most focused and favorite MOC build so far. My wife is a gardener and I took a lot of inspiration from our love of local garden stores that are open and wide.
Thought I would share as it will make me more likely to keep this one going.
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2023.05.28 03:38 ChibiChrista Need some feedback

If this isn't allowed let me know.
I'm starting a small suburban gardening/farming operation to grow different fruits, vegetables and herbs. I'm going to mostly be selling dried herbs and spices at the weekly farmers market to start with. I'll supplement with fresh organic lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, other veggies, homemade preserves from the strawberries and blueberries I'm growing once I get a harvest. I'm learning all I can about jarring, vaccuum sealing and other preservation methods.
What I want to know is this a stupid business idea? Will I be able to make any money at this? My main concern is I feel like the market is very over saturated around here as the farmer's market closer to here isn't taking new businesses at the moment, so I have to go to a further away one. The main produce booth at the closer one looked like a lot of it came from the local chain grocery store, and I didn't see anyone selling preserves or spices. I'm going to try to make myself stand out by using earth friendly packaging as much as possible. I'm not sure if that's 100% feasible right now, I need to look into it more. I don't know how else to make myself stand out when I get to the market. I'm currently in the planning phase and trying to get all the local county permits required by the market.
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2023.05.28 03:24 BoCO80 Boulder BBQ

Several decades in Boulder, I find something to like with all the usual suspects, still not a fan of Georgia Boys, I like Moe's and Wayne's, and KT's is not what it used to be, but...
The game has changed.
https://linktr.ee/rangtangbbq
https://rangtangbbq.com/
Simply ridiculous.
At Rayback on Tuesday + Wed/Sat at the Farmer's Market.
Brisket is life-changing.
Thank me later.
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2023.05.28 02:55 Ok-Avocado-8095 Day 4: Favorite Amy quote?

Day 4: Favorite Amy quote?
Previous winners:
Rosa: I've only had Arlo for a day and a half, but if anything happened to him, I would kill everyone in this room and then myself.
Terry: This is taking too long! I'm gonna miss the farmer's market!
Holt: Why Is No One Having A Good Time? I Specifically Requested It
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2023.05.28 02:47 Fantastic-Koala3470 Selling at a farmers market.

I'm starting my own chamoy candy business! I would love to start selling at farmers markets but I'm not sure what permits or licenses I would need. Does anyone have any advice you could give me? I would really appreciate it 🙏
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2023.05.28 02:30 ParuTheBetta People who complain about groceries being so expensive don’t realise that it’s often because they shop in a grocery store that has made all the groceries available, which is hard (you have to import groceries from the places they’re coming from, bumping up the price for many things).

If you go to the source (i.e. A farmer’s market, local greengrocer etc.) things will be incredibly cheap, since you’re getting them straight from the source (no importing fees etc.). It’s an extremely modern thing that you can get all your groceries in one place. Of course it has been made expensive because it is a luxury.
Sorry if this doesn’t make sense english is not my first language lol
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2023.05.28 02:17 Specific_Boot_8572 Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club Inc.

To: Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club Inc. This is a letter to describe my admiration, memories, and theories of your organization that I have been a fan of for about as long as I can recall. There’s been hard times but overall, I've enjoyed having an MLB team in my backyard. Even when the incompetent management of your organization yielded regular dismal seasons during the late 90s and into the mid-2000s I attended frequently and enjoyed the games. County Stadium had that old baseball charm and admittedly it was aged but beloved by the fans. Regardless of that, the team boldly went ahead and insisted they needed a new stadium for several reasons, but part of it was to make the Milwaukee Brewers a competitive team again. The thought of a winning team sold many people on the idea.
The new facility opened during that dark period, and the Brewers opted for the addition of several state-of-the-art features for that time including a highly touted roof that allowed games to be played during inclement weather. It could also be retracted within minutes for an outdoor baseball experience too. I remember several interesting moments involving the numerous leaks during rain showers and thunderstorms provided by the roof’s sieve-inspired construction which generally required some fans to move to other areas to avoid being deluged. In 2002 I lived on Milwaukee’s East Side, and I can still distinctly remember the synergy of excitement provided to the city from MLB and the Brewers organization from the flatulent ending of the MLB All-Star game in Milwaukee and the 100+ losses the Brewers accrued that season, it was all magic back then.
With respect to the positive features of the new stadium frequently advertised, some residents of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, and Racine counties who were then a few years into living with a tax bestowed on them for 23 years to provide the funding for the stadium and the needed infrastructure couldn’t help but be caught up in the moment. We are all grateful to the Brewers for providing discounted tickets to 4 of the 81 home games held per season to residents of these counties as a demonstration of the gratitude for their involuntary funding their new corporate headquarters. I operate a sole-member LLC and admittedly am a layman with respect to operating a large organization like the Brewers. I’m sure there are good reasons that it has been decided that the 5-county discount promotions do not apply toward tickets in certain sections of the stadium, parking charges, food or beverages, or any other items such as clothing, hats, etc.
I think it is general common knowledge that utilizing an immense facility will inevitably present a need for occasional maintenance, renovation, and facility upgrade projects. We all understand these upgrades are necessary for the Brewers due to the nature of the business they are part of. These projects will allow the team to remain competitive on a mediocre level and increase annual net profits by sticking with a consistent business plan revolving around demanding that the facility upgrades are to be publicly subsidized. Like your strategy in the late 1990s, the Brewers have hinted that without the Milwaukee area providing all funding, there is a possibility they will then have to offer residents in a different United States metropolitan region discounts for 4.9% of the home games held there per season as a thank you for their funding of your new facility. This will then give the Brewers another opportunity to be provided with a new multi-million-dollar corporate headquarters virtually for free, and then insufficiently maintain that facility as well.
Many businesses set funds aside incrementally to cover the costs associated with facility needs and if the situation arises where they do not have the sufficient budget to pay for these projects, they will get a business loan and pay it back to the lender via the terms of the contract. It is now evident the Brewer’s plan was to send the residents of Wisconsin another invoice with hinted threats to leave Milwaukee if they don’t pay. To your credit, that tactic worked in the past with universal enthusiasm. It had been so long that many people had moved on and forgotten about that time, so I admire the clever way the team went about stirring up all that enthusiasm once again. Not having to apply or account for expenses associated with the initial construction and renovations associated with your business site to maximize net profits is innovative. As a business owner, I had never thought to gouge and bully my clients to increase my project margins so I appreciate the different perspective.
I sense that if negotiations regarding the funding come to an impasse, the Brewers will be left with no other options but to positively market the potential creation of low-paying part-time jobs without benefits as a spin to convince another city to build them a stadium that meets their specifications. Luckily, the Brewers and the MLB have great resources to mask how lopsided a stadium deal in a new community will be and the consequences associated with full public subsidizing of private entities. It will get everyone on board to provide the Brewers with a new site equipped with 300-foot double-sided 4K scoreboards, a 400-speaker audio system, and the requisite number of bistro restaurants, distilleries, brew pubs, swimming pools, upscale shopping options, champagne and wine bars, spa centers, farmers markets, and rock-climbing walls.
I do genuinely hope the club is not forced to move due to the overwhelming greed of local governments prioritizing the use of their limited budgets towards necessary municipal services instead of covering the Brewers and their lack of willingness to save and pay for conspicuous facility renovations. Should they leave though, I'm sure the current stadium will still hold a concert or monster truck rally here and there for about a five-year period until being abandoned, stripped of any copper materials, fully vandalized, and left to rot.
In summary, the Brewers have held a special place in my life for a long time. I realize that the current lease will be in place for several more years but it makes sad to know that I will likely still end up having to experience a momentary period of sorrow when a door hits your ass on their way out of town. But I also know everything will all be OK because the moving expenses will not be paid by the team, and that thought makes me feel much better.
On behalf of the State of Wisconsin,
We’re tired of your bullying tactics and your shitty overpriced product. Pack up - but before you leave, grab a bratwurst or hot dog or Polish or whatever….and shove it far up your ass. Enough is enough. Go charge $10+ for a beer from a major brewery located in plain sight not even mile from the stadium just because you can somewhere else.
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2023.05.28 02:09 Mola-Mola5 Looking for an ID and care tips!

Looking for an ID and care tips!
I’ve had this plant with me for about 5 years now! I got it at a farmers market and never learned the name. I’m worried I’m not caring for it properly because I have no clue what it is. I tried to put it outside but the (very waxy) leaves were all burnt pretty bad in just a few hours. I put it by a sunny window and water it every week or so and it steadily grows new leaves while the old ones fall off and don’t grow back. Hoping someone can help!
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2023.05.28 02:04 Mola-Mola5 Help identifying my house plant pelase!

Help identifying my house plant pelase!
Ive had this mystery plant for around 5 years now but I have no clue what it is. I’ve tried putting it outside but the leaves burnt in just hours. The base of the stalk kind of looks like a bulb and the leaves bend outwards and are very waxy. I don’t know if I’ve been taking care of it properly and though it grows top leaves often the old ones are always quick to fall off then don’t regrow. I got it at a farmers market and never learned the name, any help is very appreciated!
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2023.05.28 01:35 mustangfever83 When you find a Hercules pin in the wild….. (Berlin Farmers Market - Fun Stop Arcade Atco, NJ)

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2023.05.28 01:24 R2D2BoopBoop Do the Morning Farmer’s Markets have local Meat Producers that sell “1/8ths to Whole” processed, green, with same-day pickup? Recommendations are appreciated.

Title says it all. Green = Unaged. TIA
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2023.05.28 01:20 mauswaffles Help with identifying this In Utero CD? Is the heart hole punch anything significant?

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2023.05.28 01:16 seaninjatraveller No more Chile Rellenos at the Haymarket Farmer's market

I just learned that Tony & Patricia who makes them have retired. I'm so sad! They are so good. I wish I had a recipe, but they are not the traditional Chile Rellenos so I can't find one. If I had known I would have had more last year!
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