Best Produce

Sweetwater Organic Community Farm

It may not be as pretty as the waxed and glossed stuff at the local supermarket, but it tastes a hell of a lot better, and it’s grown only a few miles from your house. The downside? Sweetwater is a subscription farm, which means you have to pony up close to $600 for a season’s worth of the farm’s best stuff and they’re already sold out for next year. Don’t despair, you can still go to the weekly Sunday market and choose from whatever’s left, as well as organic produce from other farms, once Sweetwater reopens in November.

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