Market Connect brings unique local food products to your neighborhood farmers market, adding a handful of highly sought after products to the offerings list such as Ohio City Pasta, Judy's Oasis, Campbell's Sweets Factory, and Tea Hill Farms. The service has also ensured that customers have a better and more regular product selection when they come to shop.The direct marketing cooperative is a partnership between Broadway, Kamm's Corners and Lakewood Farmers Markets, Kelley Green Web and Go Media, and many Cleveland area food producers.
Top 15 Cleansing Foods - Get What You Can At The Market!
When it comes to cleansing your body of harmful toxins, food really is the best medicine. You’ll be amazed to learn that many of your favorite foods also cleanse the body’s detoxification organs like the liver, intestines, kidneys, and skin, preventing harmful toxic buildup. Help ward off the harmful effects of pollution, food additives, second-hand smoke, and other toxins with delicious fruits, vegetables, nuts, oils, and beans.
Apples Avocados Beets Blueberries Cabbage Celery Cranberries Flaxseed Garlic Grapefruit Kale Legumes Lemons Seaweed Watercress
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Getting Back To Your Roots
Root vegetables grow underneath the ground where they are able to absorb high amounts of minerals and other nutrients from the soil. They are also able to absorb important nutrients from the sun through their leaves.
Root vegetables can be enjoyed throughout the year, as they can be eaten fresh in the summer and will keep well in a dark cellar throughout the winter days.
First Market of the New Year!
Bring those dull knives to sharpen up from all that holiday cooking!
Artists: Joyeaux Online, Retro aprons Ellen McCafferty, CLE proud! Jeanetta Ho, Jewelry and more!
"Thank you, Jenny, and thanks to all the volunteers that make the Kamm's Corners Farmers Market happen. We had a great time there. It is very invigorating to bring a product to an appreciative customer. People's comments about the produce we brought to Kamm's were very positive."George Remington, Morningside Farm
Rub beets with olive oil and envelop in aluminum foil. As soon as oven is hot, place inside to roast separately. You’ll know they’re done when a fork slides into beet easily.
Cut the remaining vegetables into 1-inch cubes. Don’t cut too small, as they’ll shrink while roasting. Place all cut vegetables in a single layer on 2 baking sheets, drizzle with olive oil, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Toss well to coat.