Were no organic snob, but after learning that most strawberries are
sprayed with chemicals and spend three days in the back of a diesel
truck, suddenly were not so hungry.
Weve gone local (instead of loco) by filling up on Quebec-grown
goodies from Marché
Duluth. This new weekly farmer’s market is stocked to the brim with
über fresh veggies, meat, greens, wine, and dairy products, all
toxin-free and 100 per cent organic. Were picking up Montérégies
Fromagerie Ruban Bleu goat cheese ($2.50), mango-flavoured
Sexy Salsa ($15) from Rigaud, and Howick honey ($7) made by bees
feasting on July flowers.
We havent given up on supermarkets entirely, but our fridge is looking
Marché Duluth, 4265 Laval (at Marie-Anne), Montreal; Sundays, 10 a.m.-4