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October: In-Season Produce

Eating in-season fruit is all-around win-win situation. Flavours and nutrients are higher, and the abundance means less food transportation, and less refrigeration and irradiation needed= lower prices and a chance to support your farming neighbours!

For the sake of simplicity, we listed the items from a culinary standpoint (i.e. sweet= fruit), not from a scientific standpoint (i.e. fruits have seeds in them, which includes produce like tomatoes, squash, pumpkin, etc).

We’ve been lucky enough to try most of these items, so shoot us a message if you would like a recipe and stay tuned on our Facebook page for postings of relevant dishes!


  1. String beans

  2. Beets

  3. Broccoli

  4. Brussel sprouts

  5. Cabbage

  6. Carrots

  7. Cauliflower

  8. Celery

  9. Celery root

  10. Corn

  11. Cucumber

  12. Eggplant

  13. Leek

  14. Lettuce

  15. Mushrooms

  16. Onions

  17. Potatoes

  18. Pumpkin

  19. Radish

  20. Rutabaga

  21. Spinach

  22. SQUASH NOM NOM NOM-- we are obsessed with squash. Check out this delightful squash soup recipe to soothe your soul on a cold fall evening.

  23. Sunchoke

  24. Tomatoes


  1. Apples

  2. Blueberries

  3. Cranberries

  4. Grapes

  5. Melons

  6. Pears

  7. Plum/ Prunes