A guide to picking the best farmers market produce

07/31/2013 | Bon Appétit online

Jo Robinson offers some tips for finding the healthiest items at your local farmers market. Full carrots with their tops still attached are better than the processed baby variety. Look for green, bendable stems when picking out Bing cherries. Kale is even more nutritious if you're willing to eat it raw, Robinson advises. And don't even think about throwing away those vitamin and mineral dense beet tops.

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