Do you like to eat locally? While the summer has an abundance of fresh produce for you to grab at your local farmer’s market, as fall hits, many wonder what local produce is still available. Below are the top five things to eat this autumn, available
in most regions in the country.
Apples! All hail fall, the season of apples! From apple pie to applesauce, apple slaw, and more, there are hundreds of ways to enjoy this crispy sweet (or tart!) treat.
Look for local apples in your grocery store or drive up to a nearby farm to pick yourself.
Broccoli. Although it does grow in the warmer months, broccoli lingers into the fall. Roast up some spears with garlic and olive oil, or pull out your wok for a quick
Blackberries. Most of us think of summer as the season for berries, but blackberries are available in some regions well into the early fall. Great for pies, smoothies,
muffins, and fruit salads, these juicy berries are packed with antioxidants—great for fighting colds as the “sick” season approaches.
Cabbage. Stuffed cabbage, baked cabbage, stewed cabbage, coleslaw! This cruciferous veggie is very versatile and extremely inexpensive. Grab a head or four and get
Cauliflower. Many mistake cauliflower as being void of nutrients due to its pale coloring, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Packed with vitamins, this
veggie is great raw, steamed or baked. Some are even getting creative by making cauliflower “rice” and pizza crusts. Hit up Google for some innovative cauliflower recipes.
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