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Create the Perfect Summer Picnic with Fresh Finds from Olympia Farmers Market

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Farm to Table Recipes of the Week

A spotlight on beets: Rising River Farm, based in Rochester and dedicated to providing the greater Olympia area with nourishing food and plants, offers a few different recipes that involve beets, nutrient-packed roots with a range of cooking and baking uses.

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Market Recipe: Salad Blueprint

There are no rules to creating salads, meaning this is less of a recipe and more of a guide to inspire your salad-crafting! Market produce rotates constantly throughout the year, depending on what local farmers harvest. Shopping for seasonal offerings means there is always something new to cook with. Feeling like you’re in a rut or eating the same salad on repeat?Consider these ideas when imagining what your next salad could be:

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Market Recipe: Fruit Freezer Pops

Berry season is here and we’re buying in bulk to savor the season for as long as we can. For a refreshing summer treat, use your Market berries to create homemade freezer pops. Using reusable popsicle molds or paper cups, you can enjoy this nostalgic summertime treat with less added sugar and your favorite Market fruit. Let your imagination lead you to unique flavor combinations or try some of our favorites using fresh fruit and herbs.

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Experience a World of Flavors at the Market

If you're craving the taste of authentic ethnic and regional cuisine, look no further than the Olympia Farmers Market in Thurston County. With seven unique eateries offering a diverse range of dishes, you can embark on a culinary adventure without ever leaving the County. Whether you choose to enjoy your meal at the expanded seating area in the market or take it to go for a picnic by the waterfront, the Olympia Farmers Market promises to tantalize your taste buds with fresh and authentic flavors.

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Spring Greens are Finally Here

Spring is officially here and with spring comes a variety of farm-fresh greens. Cruciferous vegetables are common this type of year, but you can also find salad mixes, scallions, cilantro, and more that are harvested fresh each week for the Market. Enjoy the experience of preparing fresh seasonal produce and try something new!

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