1. Berkeley Bowl, very afforable, I've seen Fuji
apples that came from small farms for 75cent a lb
2. Earl's Organic
2101 Jerrold Ste 100
SF, CA 94124,
it's right outside the SF produce market
their NEW hours, Sunday thru thursday.. 6pm till
next morning 9am.
you should call to see when is the best time for
pickup. At times, they are moving truckloads of food.
(this is where Whole Foods get their heirloom
enclosed is their price list, I'm the moderator, so I
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this is wholesale prices available to the public, but
you have to buy cases at a time
they are busy people so pls try not to ask unnecessary
questions and make sure you pick up your produce
3. Alemany Farmer's market, SF
is cheaper than Embaradero
My favorite is Twin Girl
and 2 stalls to the right is John's stand
he sells outrageous big celery and dino kale for $1
artichoke 4 for $1, romaine $1.50
he will be certified in 2 years, currently he's in
transition (meaning he will be certified soon)
4. Perry's FArm's produce is availabe in his farm in
Fremont. HUGE fresh fresh lettuce l/2 the price and
twice the size than those sold at regular markets. He
also sells at Jack london Square and Pleasanton.
in case someone mentions Veritable, I don't like them
due to bad customer service, I hope they improve by now
I turned off the volume on my phone now. So, if you want to get hold of me, please leave a message.
surviving the energy fiasco
ride a bike, wear a jacket, eat more uncooked foods like salads, use a pressure cooker rather than baking, use grey water to wash the sidewalk.
Living Foods: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFLivingFoods/
due to my high amount of emails, I am unable to answer everyone's emails on vegetarian questions.
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