Shopping the Carrboro Farmer’s Market

Here’s what’s available at the Carrboro Farmer’s Market, Saturday, February 22, 2014, in order of nutrient density (ANDI scores). Click through to find out more about each item and how to use it.

 

  1. Collards 1000+
  2. Kale 1000+
  3. Napa Cabbage, 715
  4. Spinach 707
  5. Arugula 604
  6. Lettuce, Green Leaf 585
  7. Basil 518
  8. Radishes 502
  9. Brussels Sprouts 490
  10. Turnips 473
  11. Carrots 458
  12. Oregano 426
  13. Parsley 381
  14. Kohlrabi 352
  15. Broccoli 340
  16. Mixed Baby Greens 300
  17. Butternut Squash 241
  18. Shiitake Mushrooms 238
  19. Tomato 186
  20. Sweet Potato 181
  21. Oyster Mushrooms 135
  22. Onions 109
  23. Rhubarb 107
  24. Beets 80
  25. Sunchoke (Jerusalem Artichoke) 36

Here’s what was available at the Carrboro Farmer’s Market, Saturday, February 15, 2014, in order of nutrient density (ANDI scores). Click through to find out more about each item and how to use it.

  1. Collard Greens 1000+
  2. Kale 1000+
  3. Napa Cabbage, 715
  4. Spinach 707
  5. Arugula 604
  6. Lettuce, Green Leaf 585
  7. Basil 518
  8. Radishes 502
  9. Brussels Sprouts 490
  10. Turnips 473
  11. Carrots 458
  12. Oregano 426
  13. Kohlrabi 352
  14. Broccoli 340
  15. Mixed Baby Greens 300
  16. Butternut Squash 241
  17. Shiitake Mushrooms 238
  18. Tomato 186
  19. Sweet Potato 181
  20. Oyster Mushrooms 135
  21. Onions 109
  22. Rhubarb 107
  23. Beets 80
  24. Sunchoke (Jerusalem Artichoke) 36

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