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SLRossi | Jul 14, 200303:18 PM    

Ventured to WC FM for the second time this weekend. It's clearly a small affair compared to some of the others I've seen around, but they seem to have many of the same vendors and have nice quality items. Scored some line caught salmon that was delicious after a quick trip over the flames of the grill.

My real question is about pricing. I'm wondering if this locale in the ever more upscale WC commands higher prices. Data points I can offer:

Organic cherry tomatoes, $2 basket
Blackberries, $2.5 basket
Large artichokes, $1.5 ea
Strawberries, $7.5 half flat
Salmon, $8.35 per pound

This FM is at a time an location that is much more convenient than others, just want to see if I should be making the extra effort to go elsewhere.

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