What’s In Season: July

As summer continues to heat up, central Texas vendors provide produce to keep you cool and comfortable, all summer long! During this time you’ll find refreshing vegetables and fruits to accompany your hot summer days during the month of July!

PRODUCE:

Cantaloupe, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, honeydew, okra, onions, peppers (sweet and hot), peaches, plums, potatoes, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, squash (winter & summer), tomatoes, watermelon, zucchini.

HERBS:

Basil, lavender, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage, stevia, tarragon, thyme.

LOCALLY-RAISED and MADE GROCERY ITEMS:

Baked goods (breads, pastries, pies, gluten-free), balsamic vinegars, beef, cheeses (cow & goat), chicken (whole, breast, ground), coffee & espresso, cookies, cornmeal, eggs (chicken & duck), granola, honey, jams & jellies, juice, kimchi, lamb, milk, olive oils, pasta, pecans, pickles, popcorn, pork, rabbit, salsa, sesame seeds, sorghum, sorghum flour, tea, vinaigrettes, wheat flour, wheatgrass (for juicing), wine, yogurt.

NON-FOOD ITEMS:

Art (local designers and artists), charcoal & smoker chips (mesquite), children’s books, compost & compost tea, dog food & treats (all-natural), flowers (seasonally), firewood, local garden manuals, goat’s milk soap, laundry detergent, locally crafted leather goods, mulch, natural body care products, plants (herbs, flowers, vegetables), tote bags, vermicomposting worms and kits.                                                                                                            

PREPARED FOODS:

Breakfast burritos and tacos, crepes, gluten-free lunch and breakfast wraps, Indian, kurryworst, pretzels, wood-fired pizza, tamales.

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  1. David

    My family and I have recently relocated to Waco from Palo Alto, CA and we are looking for Raw cows milk. (obviously grass fed and preferably Jersey cows-amazing flavor). Is there anywhere in Texas we can purchase it? It is really beneficial for my daughter and me. I was hoping at a farmers market or perhaps a cow share program?
    Thanks for any advice!

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