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Little Dude has an awesome ride!

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JBLs—yeah it’s a thing. Jack-Be-Little pumpkins are miniatures from River Farm Organic Produce in Ellensburg, WA! The white versions of these are called Baby Boo…awwwww (at University District Farmers Market)

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Peppers!! These snacking peppers are from River Farm Organic Produce in Ellensburg, WA. (at University District Farmers Market)

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Kale ruffles! This kale is from Nash’s Organics in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley of WA. (at University District Farmers Market)

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That’s right Harry Potter fans—Pumpkin Juice! Rockridge Orchards & Cidery in Enumclaw, WA makes this yummy blend of pumpkin, apple, and spices. (at University District Farmers Market)

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Bitter melon from Mair Farm-Taki in Wapato, WA! Gonna stir-fry these with some eggs with for breakfast mañana :D (at University District Farmers Market)

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Orange cauliflower, affectionately known as Cheddar Cauliflower, from Rent’s Due Ranch in Stanwood, WA! It tastes pretty much like a white cauliflower. (at University District Farmers Market)

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Purple cauliflower from Rent’s Due Ranch in Stanwood, WA! The purple color comes from anthocyanin, a water-soluble pigment and antioxidant, found in red cabbage. Purple cauliflower are sweeter and less bitter tasting than white cauliflower. (at University District Farmers Market)

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Chioggia beets, affectionately known as candy cane beets! These beauties are from Nash’s Organics in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley of Washington State. They are an heirloom variety that originated from Chioggia in Northern Italy, near Venice. These beets are nice to work with because the don’t bleed as much. (at University District Farmers Market)

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My kind of weather—Autumn in Seattle is usually not like this! (at University Bridge)