Whenever I read articles or listen to people about how to save money on your grocery bill, I hear over and over to buy seasonal produce. Well, that sounds easy enough! But how do you know what's in season? Unfortunately, I have zero agricultural knowledge and I can only gather what's in season by perusing Pike Place Market every two or three months...so I have no idea. And if it's in big numbers at the grocery store, I usually assume it's on sale (there's the value of marketing for you). But I did find out for you! Here's what in season for summer:
What is an olallieberry? No clue. But buying produce on this list will save you money on your grocery bill because they don't take as much effort to produce. Bonus - try to find the seasonal produce in your area from local farmers so it's better for your community and our environment.
For seasonal produce in fall, winter, and spring, visit Fruit and Veggies - More Matters