Product Handouts and Season Grids
Cooking with GreensMarket tables are overflowing with bright fresh spring greens! But what to do with them all? Read on to find out!
Freezing: Preserving the Harvest
Freezing is the simplest way to preserve summer's bounty for the cold months that lie ahead.
Icewine is part of what put Nova Scotia on the global wine map. Read on to find out more about this sweet nectar. Keep your eyes peeled in February of each year for our Melt-In-Your-Mouth icewine tastings.
Meat at the Market!
A guide to meat products available at the market and the issues that surround them such as: safety, free-range, grass-fed, pastured, family farms, heritage breeds, Confined Feeding Operations/Intensive Livestock Operations, eggs and tofu. There's also a guide to pork, beef and lamb cuts as well as recommended cooking times for poultry and defrosting times.
Complement your fresh, seasonal produce with locally produced canned, pickled, or dried foods. Find tips on storage and preparation in this info piece!
Pickling Guide: Preserving the Harvest
Pickling is the art of transforming summer's best, but fleeting, delicacies into the crunchiest part of a winter meal. Pickle making uses the power of simple products - salt, water and vinegar - to create environments that prevent spoilage, while making them taste even better (according to some) than they already do.
Veggies at the Market!
Eating locally all year round can be easy and delicious, but it takes planning and commitment. We're here to help with our seasonal eating guide full of tips and ideas, as well as a seasonal availability grid which tells you what's fresh and when.
What is Sustainability/Why Eat Local?
The term "sustainability" gets tossed around an awful lot these days. What does it mean for you, and where does the Wolfville Farmers' Market fit?
If you're here, you probably don't need any convincing about the benefits of buying local food, but the second part of this document gives some great talking points that might help reinforce your beliefs on the subject or give you some new ways to convince your friends.