The Saratoga Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, 9am-1pm, has some notable vendors:
(Pictured: Serendipity Farms booth)
Venders here sell fantastic avocados 🥑 (hass, sir prize, zutano, bacon) at ~$5-7/lb. They are all richly flavorful, and the skin on practically all of them is edible.
My favorites are the hass from Nickel Farms and the Pinkerton from Serendipity Farms.
For those who eat leafy greens 🥬 , the Heirloom Organic Gardens vendor sells a wide variety of delectable baby greens and mature greens at $9/lb. Arugula, mustard, kale, chard, tatsoi, broccoli, cabbage, kohlrabi, radishes, spinach, orache, pea, and more.
Additionally, there is an olive oil vendor that sells cured olives 🫒 and occasionally fresh olives at ~$5/lb.
One can soak olives in clean, fresh water for a few days to remove bitterness, which makes olives a scrumptious snack. (Olive trees are also present in the parking lot and are common throughout landscaped California.)