Someone asked me yesterday where I get my food (other than markets/wild/garden) When we have got to fill the stop gap between markets (holiday downtime) I'm glad to have @naturesfaremarkets for some local organic greens and dairy. Of course, @onebigtableshop is a dream, and also, @qualitygreensfarmmarket and a few friends and farmers I know who can share from their cellars and pantries. This list is a great start for you locals who can't get to the @kelownafarmersmarket still running strong, or the @pentictonfarmersmarket who's hibernating for the winter 🤗✨ I'm sure everyone has picked up that I practically live on heritage grains from @truegrainbread in #summerlandia . If you are crazy about local like me, just ask about their products. Products with a lot of ingredients are often not of the #localterroir - so make sure to understand the distinction between what someone might craft locally from imported products vs actually locally grown ingredients. Essentially what I am saying is just be a conscious and kind consumer #bigpicture. I truly do love some specialty items that are imported, like olive oil so I like to do research on those too. For example: @creanzaoliveoil is hot on my list of food finds!