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PaulF | Sep 19, 201209:00 AM     8

I just wanted to mention that if you like pluots, there is a stand at the Sunday Mar Vista Farmer's market that has about 8 different varieties and they are all great.

There are yellow ones and purple ones and some with "dinosaur" in the name and softer ones and crunchy ones and damn they are good.

I don't know how to describe the stand except that it's on the west side of Grandview on the southern end of the Farmer's Market sort of next to the dude selling fresh eggs. The nice lady who runs it is local, because she mentioned she is on the Mar Vista community council. But I don't know the name of the farm.

She did mention that these are the last weeks for pluots -- some of the varieties might already be done for the season -- but if you go to this Farmer's Market anyway -- check them out. They are all a little different, but all really good.

3.50 per pound -- I spent 17 dollars last Sunday on a big bag that's almost all gone.

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