"With the surge of interest in organic and locally produced food, Pamela Walker's Growing Good Things to Eat in Texas (TAMU Press, $23) couldn't be timelier. She profiles 11 organic producers across the state, including two from North Texas, who take their commitment to food and sustainability seriously. They don't just talk about it; they live it.".
Remember, you don't have to commit to a healthy lifestyle just because you're eating healthy; it tastes better too!
Read more of Pierce's review at http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/fea/taste/stories/DN-nf_walker_1230gd.ART.State.Edition1.209191e.html
Your friendly Texas Department of Agriculture has a listing of 60 cities and town with farmers markets at http://www.picktexas.com/farm_market/farmers_market2.htm
Find another list at the Texas Farmers Market Association http://www.texascertifiedfarmersmarkets.com/members.html
And another at the Texas Farmers Market Directory http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/fm/Texas.htm
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