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Old 03-02-2005, 05:55 PM   #11
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Eugene isn't one of those "hippie havens" is it? If it is, you're kinda lucky... they always seem to have those kinds of little markets (I used to live in Flagstaff... it was like that, too). I've been in Vegas for a couple years now and still haven't found anything that could be considered "reliable". It would be really nice to be able to pick up fresh herbs/spices as needed.
I think Eugene coined the word, but now the original hippies are grand or great grand parents and the kids are running the farms with the organic and natural foods. It is quite lovely and I enjoy Eugene. Never a dull day here.
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I use Mcormicks spices but just ordered a catalog from Penzy's. I guess I should check it out.
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