We had another AWESOME week at the FM.
I have lots of photo’s to share…
Date ball sign! Which flavor sounds best to you? Last week I sold A LOT of these and this week it was just ok. I might not make more this week, I don’t know yet. I feel like people don’t really appreciate them. I sell them for $1.50 each (for a 1.8 ounce ball… that’s more than a Larabar!) which is actually cheap in my opinion considering the cost of dates and nuts.
First time doing muffins so I only made 6, and sold out quick! (ok, so I ate 3…). Next week I think I’m going to do gluten-free muffins and some mini muffins!
Close up of date balls being melted in the heat. Some people had a problem with me labeling these sugar-free because there is a touch of agave in the ingredients. I told them it’s like eating an apple or a date. If you consider that sugar, I don’t. One man said, “if it’s sweet, it has sugar in it…” Which I completely disagree.
Sample dish! Which one would you try first: regular hummus, roasted red pepper hummus, regular olive tapenade, peppanade (more peppers, less olives) or Loubie Bezit (a middle eastern dish with tomatoes, whole cloves of garlic, and italian green beans).
Lots of shoppers!
Awesome vendor who traded 4 plants for hummus (see below)
Dogs EVERYWHERE! I couldn’t pet ALL OF THEM. I think it is really cool that our FM allows dogs!
Scott holding down the table…
Yummy iced green tea
The plants I mentioned above.
Traded for this baby too! Nice snack.
Yours truly looking extra cheesy…
GRANOLA! Do you like our stickers?!?!?!
This week we were invited to so many different FMs, local events, and other benefits to vendor at. Needless to say, Scott and I are pretty excited.
I had a lot of fun taking pictures! I hope you enjoyed them. 🙂
What are your thoughts on agave? Do you think it is a sugar or would you label it sugar-free?
The only reason I label it sugar-free is because I have seen ingredients that have listed agave but the food was labeled sugar-free.