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Chino Farm

GT | Sep 27, 2001 02:55 PM

Every time I go down to San Diego, I drop by the world-famous Chino Farm to pick up some veggies/fruit.

Last weekend was no exception, and I bought a bunch of corn, peppers, beans etc...

Total cost: $49.50 incl. $10 for a dozen corn.

Having finally finished off all the food last night, I'm wondering if this place is more hype than substance. Yes, the quality is very high and the selection great, but I think I've gotten produce just as good at local farmers markets and even the supermarket.

Anyone else feel the same.

Oh, and what farmers markets/stand do you especially enjoy?


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