Jul 062014
 

When: every Thursday 8am – 11am
Where: Butler St Reserve, Byron Bay 2481

Phone: (02) 6687 1137
Website: http://www.byronfarmersmarket.com.au

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21 hours ago

Market mornings sorted... bike, crate, puppies! Love it! ... See MoreSee Less

Market mornings sorted... bike, crate, puppies! Love it!

Comment on Facebook Market mornings ...

Caitlin Jane 💓💓

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1 day ago

Rainforest Foods gives us some inside tips on how to make your own macadamia milk...
1. Soak one cup of macadamias for two hours in water.
2. Drain and rinse.
3. Place the soaked maccas, three cups of fresh water and a pitted date into a blender and whiz for two minutes.
4. Filter the milk through a cloth. And, hey presto, macca milk! Keep in the fridge and it should be good for three days. And keep the pulp for baking. Enjoy!
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2 days ago

Stunning Byron sunrise this morning captured by @toastthesun Looking forward to another one tomorrow for market day. ... See MoreSee Less

Stunning Byron sunrise this morning captured by @toastthesun Looking forward to another one tomorrow for market day.

1 week ago

Now that's a lettuce! Grown organically with love and good vibes by Mellow from Fossil Farm. ... See MoreSee Less

Now thats a lettuce! Grown organically with love and good vibes by Mellow from Fossil Farm.

1 week ago

Red Earth Farmers are harvesting the last of their stunning Romanesco broccolis for tomorrow's market, so get in quick!
And please support us in practising social distancing and safe hygiene at our farmers market by:
👉 Keeping at least 1.5m away from others
🤚Don't handle produce you are not buying
👐 Wash your hands or use sanitiser at one of our hygiene stations
👋 Please shop and go
🙏 Thanks for your support and understanding.
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Red Earth Farmers are harvesting the last of their stunning Romanesco broccolis for tomorrows market, so get in quick! And please support us in practising social distancing and safe hygiene at our farmers market by: 👉 Keeping at least 1.5m away from others 🤚Dont handle produce you are not buying 👐 Wash your hands or use sanitiser at one of our hygiene stations 👋 Please shop and go 🙏 Thanks for your support and understanding.

2 weeks ago

Rainbow chard grown in the Rainbow Region ❤🧡💛💚💙💜
📷 @aliceonsgypsea
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Rainbow chard grown in the Rainbow Region ❤🧡💛💚💙💜 📷 @aliceonsgypsea

2 weeks ago

Red hot samosas, super green smoothies and beautiful blue skies at Byron Farmers Market last week. We can promise you at least two of the three tomorrow - all three if the weather is good! ... See MoreSee Less

Red hot samosas, super green smoothies and beautiful blue skies at Byron Farmers Market last week. We can promise you at least two of the three tomorrow - all three if the weather is good!

2 weeks ago

Sharing this delicious message from the Big Cheese herself, Deb of Cheeses Loves You...
"Lots of cultured butter is being made every week and that means lots of cultured buttermilk. Now if you have ever purchased buttermilk from a supermarket, sadly it is milk with a culture added. Mine is the real deal. In fact, little bits of butter float at the top, making it extra scrumptious!
Now I always have 2 litres of buttermilk in my fridge all the time. I use it in curries, casseroles, soups and throw it into marinated ribs, slow cooked in the oven... oh my delicious goodness! Buttermilk has live enzymes that break the meat down faster while cooking.
It makes the best scones, muffins and, of course, pancakes. I also have Weetbix in the cheese factory and flood them with buttermilk as a beautiful tangy buttery treat."
Deb's beautiful buttermilk - and fab cheeses - will be available at Byron Farmers Market tomorrow, along with all your other locally produced and grown foodie needs!
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Sharing this delicious message from the Big Cheese herself, Deb of Cheeses Loves You... Lots of cultured butter is being made every week and that means lots of cultured buttermilk. Now if you have ever purchased buttermilk from a supermarket, sadly it is milk with a culture added. Mine is the real deal. In fact, little bits of butter float at the top, making it extra scrumptious! Now I always have 2 litres of buttermilk in my fridge all the time. I use it in curries, casseroles, soups and throw it into marinated ribs, slow cooked in the oven... oh my delicious goodness! Buttermilk has live enzymes that break the meat down faster while cooking. It makes the best scones, muffins and, of course, pancakes. I also have Weetbix in the cheese factory and flood them with buttermilk as a beautiful tangy buttery treat. Debs beautiful buttermilk - and fab cheeses - will be available at Byron Farmers Market tomorrow, along with all your other locally produced and grown foodie needs!

3 weeks ago

Good morning, Byron! ... See MoreSee Less

Good morning, Byron!

3 weeks ago

Great news! Nimbin Valley Pecans and Rice will be back at Byron tomorrow morning with new-season locally grown rice! Including in 5kg reusable bags! ... See MoreSee Less

Great news! Nimbin Valley Pecans and Rice will be back at Byron tomorrow morning with new-season locally grown rice! Including in 5kg reusable bags!

Comment on Facebook Great news! Nimbin ...

love Nimbi rice 🙂

Karen Caden

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