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29 April 2013



This is good info in a lot of ways. If someone is low income but NOT on foodstamps, the ideas would work. However, you speak a lot about getting food at farmers markets and farm stands. These places do not have a way to accept foodstamps or EBT cards. So this article actually does not help with those who are on food stamps.

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