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    The Kennebec Flower Farm booth at the Brunswick Farmers' Market had rhubarb for sale. Checking for produce at booths that may not normally have them is another way to look for deals

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    Second-day bins are a great way to get still tasty produce at low prices. This second-day bin, filled with root vegetables from Whatley Farm, was being sold at half price at the Brunswick Farmers’ Market.

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    Tasha Gerken shops at the Brunswick Farmers' Market. Gerken is a nutrition educator in the community health and wellness department at Midcoast Hospital and often teaches people how to shop smart and frugally while still buying local, or healthy produce.

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    Tasha Gerken buys dried bean from the Fairwinds Farm booth at the Brunswick Farmers' Market.

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    This second day bin, filled with root vegetables from Whatley Farm, was being sold at half price at the Brunswick Farmers' Market.

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    Tasha Gerken buys dried beans from the Fairwinds Farm booth at the Brunswick Farmers’ Market.

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    Rhubarb for sale at the Kennebec Flower Farm booth at the Brunswick Farmers' Market.

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    Asparagus for $5 a bunch at the Six Rivers Farm booth at the Brunswick Farmers’ Market.

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    Abby Sadauckas at her Apple Creek Farm booth at the Brunswick Farmers’ Market.

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    Tasha Gerken's $35 haul and her list of purchases from the Brunswick Farmers' Market.

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    Chives for sale at $1 a bunch at the Fairwinds Farm booth at the Brunswick Farmers' Market. Chives were more than double at another booth at the market, so price comparing is usually a better idea than buying the first things you see at the market.

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    Gerken’s haul from the Brunswick market included asparagus, rhubarb and bok choy.

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