Spring just might be the best time of year to discover farmers markets. Here in Texas, you’ll still find some of the winter crops like kale and Brussels Sprouts, but soon we’ll be seeing beets and, if we’re lucky, strawberries.

My favorite time to visit our farmers market is actually in winter. We are blessed in South Texas to have year round markets. Severe weather is the only thing that causes them to close. When we visit on cold, rainy days, all of the farmers and vendors are happy to see us.

This week, I have a story about our experiences since we started shopping at farmers markets.

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