At the Market this week: 1 lb of Worms with a side of Artisan Cheese

Cathy’s Composters: If you don’t know much about vermicomposting then visit Cathy’s Composters at the market this week. She’ll be showcasing the composting power of worms. Cathy has worms, organic mung beans and sprout grower to available for purchase.

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Also happening this week:

  • Toronto Public Library Storytime will be at 4:30 p.m.
  • Susan from FoodSaq will have reusable veggie and fruit bags available for your market goods – three for $5.

“If I were to move to Toronto, I’d want to move to this neighbourhood.” Steacy de Hann, dairy farmer.

Steacy’s farm, Primeridge Pure, is located in Markdale up towards the Bruce Peninsula. She lives on the farm with her husband Scott, one year old Grace Anne and 16 dairy cows. Their combined expertise in herd management (Scott) and Artisan Cheese-maker certification (Steacy) make for the perfect partnership for making pure, natural Artisan Cheese. Each week she brings a selection of cheese curds and cream cheeses

The East Lynn Farmer’s Market runs every Thursday from 3-7 p.m. between June-October at East Lynn Park, located on the south side of Danforth Ave, just west of Woodbine Ave.

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