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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Signs 2: Organic Foods

outside Earth Fare

sunlit sky,
seen in reflection,
day was blessed!

more lovely sky
at Petunia's Himmelsk

linked to James'
Weekend Reflections #200

vegans' food delight,
Earth Fare, organic grocer
amazing choices

Granddaughter who lives in Carmel
likes this grocery store
because she has recently
opted for being a vegan.
I admire her for this decision.
I was surprised to see such
an enormous store
that specializes
in oranically grown food.

Her sister and I came to pick up food f
or our supper that night.
 tasty, organic 
prepared by my granddaughter
spinach pasta, yum!
After I had taken the 18th photo,
I pulled the plug because
I wanted to eye the foods
without being concerned where
was the best spot to capture all the goodies.

Next time I visit,
I think I'll try one of these-
probably the pizza.
linked to Signs 2


MeOfCourse said...

Oh that looks great. We have about 4 vegan days a week. I'm trying for more but hubber's likes his meat and potatoes. Great pix. I'll have to check this store out. Thanks.

Taken For Granted said...

Never seen Tofurky. Might be interesting.

Pat said...

I have never heard of Earth Fare. Their produce sure looks good!

Gerald (SK14) said...

Tofurkey doesn't appeal to me but ...

RedPat said...

Somehow tofurky doesn't sound too enticing!

GB said...

I love Carmel Norma. One of the many memories I have of being there is that it is where I bought my first Tilley Hat. I loved their shops and the beaches and their restaurants. It was a great place!

Lesley said...

I am surprised you managed to get so many photos. I tried to get a picture of the luscious vegetable display in a Whole Foods and was followed around the store until I just left empty-handed.

Norma Ruttan said...

Lesley, I kept expecting someone to come up and ask what I was doing!

Norma Ruttan said...

GB, I'm wondering if you are speaking about Carmel in California. Living in Indiana, these pics were taken in Carmel, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis. Sorry if I've cause confusion. mea culpa!

Karen said...

Just the type of supermarket I'd love to shop in, but here's a warning for you, the tofurky products are nasty tasting.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

We're not veg, but we eat more that way every day.

Norma Ruttan said...

thanks for the heads up, Karen!

Norma Ruttan said...

I too, I have chronic pancreatitis, so absolutely no red meat.

Birgitte said...

Det ser dejligt ud, mange fine billeder :-)

judie said...

Really kewl photos. More people should eat this way. Organic rocks.

Norma Ruttan said...

thank you, Birgitte!
translation: It looks great, many fine pictures.

Jim said...

Great post

Sylvia K said...

Great reflections for the day, Norma! And I do love markets like this! We have some really great ones here in the northwest! Hope you have a fun weekend!!

Scriptor Senex said...

My daughter and son-in-law would absolurely love to have that store on their doorstep!

'Tsuki said...

Great post about organic food : you granma spinach pasta looks delicious, and you caught great reflections too !

James said...

Reminds me of a place where my wife shopped during her Vegetarian phase 20+ years ago, it was called Mother's Market.