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PUMPKINS
Brace yourselves, pumpkin flavored everything is coming.
It’s pumpkin season, which calls for pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, pumpkin lattes, and the list goes on!
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PUMPKINS

Brace yourselves, pumpkin flavored everything is coming.

It’s pumpkin season, which calls for pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, pumpkin lattes, and the list goes on!

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— 11 months ago with 15 notes
BERRIES
(Photographed at the Torrance Famers market.)
Another shot from today, aren’t the colors amazing!? I love berries.
Also shot with my new 50mm f/1.4 lens 


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BERRIES

(Photographed at the Torrance Famers market.)

Another shot from today, aren’t the colors amazing!? I love berries.

Also shot with my new 50mm f/1.4 lens 

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— 12 months ago with 7 notes
CARROTS
(Photographed at the Torrance Famers market.)
The Carrot is the second most popular vegetable in the world after the potato. The health benefits of carrots are well established and cover a wide range in human health conditions. In general, carrots are important for healthy eyes, skin, hair, growth, and immune systems. They can lower cholesterol, prevent heart attacks, and reduce the risk of certain types of cancers. Carrots are packed with nutrients.
Orange coloured carrots are the most popular but the vegetable ise also commonly available in White, Yellow, Red and Maroon varieties.


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CARROTS

(Photographed at the Torrance Famers market.)

The Carrot is the second most popular vegetable in the world after the potato. The health benefits of carrots are well established and cover a wide range in human health conditions. In general, carrots are important for healthy eyes, skin, hair, growth, and immune systems. They can lower cholesterol, prevent heart attacks, and reduce the risk of certain types of cancers. Carrots are packed with nutrients.

Orange coloured carrots are the most popular but the vegetable ise also commonly available in White, Yellow, Red and Maroon varieties.

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— 1 year ago with 14 notes
ARTICHOKES
(Photographed at Riviera Farmers Market.)
Health Benefits:
High in Antioxidants
Cancer Prevention and Treatment
Improved Liver Function
Better Digestion
Cholesterol Reduction
High in Fiber

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ARTICHOKES

(Photographed at Riviera Farmers Market.)

Health Benefits:

  1. High in Antioxidants
  2. Cancer Prevention and Treatment
  3. Improved Liver Function
  4. Better Digestion
  5. Cholesterol Reduction
  6. High in Fiber

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— 1 year ago with 3 notes
HONEY
(Photographed at the Torrance Famers market.)
Sweet, organic, and oh so delicious. I tried a bit of each and loved the sage one the most. I’m excited to try some in a cup of tea tonight, yum! 


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HONEY

(Photographed at the Torrance Famers market.)

Sweet, organic, and oh so delicious. I tried a bit of each and loved the sage one the most. I’m excited to try some in a cup of tea tonight, yum! 

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— 1 year ago with 1 note
BELL PEPPER
Rich in antioxidants and anti cancer benefits.
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BELL PEPPER

Rich in antioxidants and anti cancer benefits.

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— 1 year ago with 6 notes
SAMPLES
(Photographed at the Torrance Farmers market.)
Farmers Markets samples are the best, so refreshing!
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SAMPLES

(Photographed at the Torrance Farmers market.)

Farmers Markets samples are the best, so refreshing!

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— 1 year ago
PEACHES
(Photographed at Torrance Farmers Market.)
Health Benefits:
Lowers Cholesterol
Fulfilling yet low in calories
Regulates blood pressure: high-potassium, low-sodium
Rich in Vitamins
Vitamin B-3: Energy Metabolism in your body
Vitamin C: Antioxidant & essential nutrient for a healthy immune system
Vitamin A: essential nutrient for healthy vision
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PEACHES

(Photographed at Torrance Farmers Market.)

Health Benefits:

  1. Lowers Cholesterol
  2. Fulfilling yet low in calories
  3. Regulates blood pressure: high-potassium, low-sodium
  • Rich in Vitamins
  1. Vitamin B-3: Energy Metabolism in your body
  2. Vitamin C: Antioxidant & essential nutrient for a healthy immune system
  3. Vitamin A: essential nutrient for healthy vision

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— 1 year ago with 15 notes
CANTALOUPE
(Photographed at The OC Market Place.)
Health Benefits:
Great Source of Vitamins A & C and Beta-Carotene
Promotes the Health of Your Lungs
Prevents Cardiovascular Disease
Reduces Stress
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CANTALOUPE

(Photographed at The OC Market Place.)

Health Benefits:

  1. Great Source of Vitamins A & C and Beta-Carotene
  2. Promotes the Health of Your Lungs
  3. Prevents Cardiovascular Disease
  4. Reduces Stress

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— 1 year ago with 7 notes
YELLOW FIN TUNA TARTAR
sweet ginger soy, crispy rock shrimp, wasabi aioli, curry oil
If you’re in SoCal, there’s no need to wish you could have this beautiful delicious dish.Located in San Pedro on 9th st. and Grand AveGo check out this awesome family owned Italian restaurant, the Trani’s know what they’re doing!
→ J Trani’s
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YELLOW FIN TUNA TARTAR

sweet ginger soy, crispy rock shrimp, wasabi aioli, curry oil

If you’re in SoCal, there’s no need to wish you could have this beautiful delicious dish.
Located in San Pedro on 9th st. and Grand Ave
Go check out this awesome family owned Italian restaurant, the Trani’s know what they’re doing!

→ J Trani’s

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— 1 year ago
S’MORES
Basically perfectly delicious any season and any time of day.
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S’MORES

Basically perfectly delicious any season and any time of day.

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— 1 year ago with 4 notes
EAT YOUR GREENS!
(Photographed at Torrance Farmers Market.)
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EAT YOUR GREENS!

(Photographed at Torrance Farmers Market.)

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— 1 year ago
ASIAN PEARS
(Photographed at Torrance Farmers Market.)


These fruits are high in fiber, low in calories and contain a number of micronutrients that are important for blood, bone and cardiovascular health.
Two of the most important electrolytes are sodium and potassium. Asian pears contribute to this balance by being sodium free and providing 7.1 percent of your daily potassium.
Aside from vitamin K and copper, the only micronutrient found in high concentrations in Asian pears is vitamin C.
(Source: SFGate)


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ASIAN PEARS

(Photographed at Torrance Farmers Market.)

These fruits are high in fiber, low in calories and contain a number of micronutrients that are important for blood, bone and cardiovascular health.

Two of the most important electrolytes are sodium and potassium. Asian pears contribute to this balance by being sodium free and providing 7.1 percent of your daily potassium.

Aside from vitamin K and copper, the only micronutrient found in high concentrations in Asian pears is vitamin C.

(Source: SFGate)

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— 1 year ago with 3 notes
JARRED HOMEMADE GOODIES
(Photographed at Pala Rey Produce farm stand in San Diego.)
Farm stands are another great source for buying local produce.
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JARRED HOMEMADE GOODIES

(Photographed at Pala Rey Produce farm stand in San Diego.)

Farm stands are another great source for buying local produce.

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— 1 year ago with 1 note
GRAPES
"The queen of fruits"
(Photographed at Torrance Farmers Market.)
Eat your grapes to get micronutrient minerals like copper, iron and manganese.
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GRAPES

"The queen of fruits"

(Photographed at Torrance Farmers Market.)

Eat your grapes to get micronutrient minerals like copper, iron and manganese.

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— 1 year ago with 3 notes