My crunchy, tasty dinner after the Farm Market on Sunday, courtesy of Aiki Farms of Ledyard, CT.  



They have a very unique method of biointensive farming, and can manage to grow these sprouts and lettuces very late into the year, which is good for salad lovers, and good for the farm to be able to continue to supply restaurants and the public this late into the year!  My salad included buckwheat lettuce shoots, sprouted sunflower seeds, marigold petals, dill and other lettuces.  Lots of flavor and nutrition!  Mr. Burns will be selling this blend at the Denison Market on the rest of the Sundays in October.  Because it is so fresh, it keeps a long time!

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