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Calling ALL locals come out to the market today!

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The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market will be open with many of us vendors in attendance. Hope to see you there!!

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Pay no mind to the approaching storm named Alberto- come stock up on cheese before it arrives!

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Pay no mind to Subtropical Storm Alberto, First Storm of 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season   Saturday: Charleston Farmers Market Time: 8am – 2pm Dates: Open -> November Location: Marion Square - 329 Meeting Street   Columbia Soda City Farmer's Market Time: 9am – 1pm Dates: Year round Location: in the 1500 block of Main Street   Forsyth Farmers Market Time: 9am – 1pm Dates: Year round Location: South end Forsyth Park Savannah Georgia   Port Royal Farmers Market Time: 9am – 12pm Dates: Year round Location: Ribaut Rd, Port Royal, SC 29935 Summerville Farmers' Market Time: 8am - 1pm Dates:...

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Back to School - Get some Farm Fresh Cheese Curds into the lunchbox

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Back to School - Get some Farm Fresh Cheese Curds into the lunchbox

Join us this week at the farmers markets and happenings! Monday: FreshFields Village Farmers Market on Kiawah: from 4:00 - 8pm   Tuesday: Mount Pleasant Farmers Market: from 3:30 – 7pm Location: We are right in front and center under the pavilion Thursday: Bluffton Farmers Market: 2- 7pm   Saturday: Charleston Farmers Market:  from 8 – 2pm Johns Island Home Grown Farmers Market: from 9 - 1 pm Summerville Farmers Market: from 8 – 1pm Forsyth Farmers Market: from 9 – 1pm Columbia “Soda City” Farmers Market: from 9 – 1 pm Port Royal Farmers Market: from 9 – 12...

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National Cheese Curd Day

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Tasting Table Curds The Word Posted July 1st. What are Cheese Curds, this is a very common question asked to us at the farmers markets.  Tasting Table did a great job in just a few words.   They’re a critical part of the cheese-making process. Here’s how it works: ① To make cheese, you strain curds, or cheese solids, from whey, the liquid by-product. ② Next, the curds harden and age into the blocks with which you’re familiar. ③ But before cheese fully sets, you can eat the curds, which are wonderful, little gems all their own.  

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