|ecoRI has a great newsletter|
|Great family event|
|Schartner Farm's table was busy|
|This vendor had GF pork and boar sausage|
|Fresh veggies from the farm|
|Farmstead artisanal cheese|
|Langwater Farm veg stand|
|The girls from EvaRuth's|
|Lots of samples to try at EvaRuth's table|
|Jens Retlev of Jens & Marie|
|Jens Retlev making veggies burgers|
|Register for the email list|
|Food trucks are right outside on the street|
I've never had a veggie burger before, so I didn't know what to expect. Obviously, it doesn't taste like meat. The burger patty is a generous 3.75 ounces, and it is cooked from frozen. Just heat it through for a few minutes on each side. The black bean taste is bold, sweetened slightly with the sweet potato. Two patties cost $5. The folks there are really friendly, and seemed to enjoy talking shop with the customers.
The market has a wealth of amazing produce, as well fresh fish, organic beef and poultry, herbs, handmade soap, artisan cheese and so much more! One vendor had pork and boar sausage that was organic, GF and nitrate-free. EvaRuth's had a table of GF goodies with samples to try.
If you have a chance, you should visit. It's open on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and on Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. They accept SNAP/EBT, Fresh Bucks, cash, WIC fruit & veggie coupons, and credit cards. They even have a place where you can drop off your veggie scraps to be composted!