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Peaches from Davis Peach Farm in Wading River. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Peaches

Davis Peach Farm sells both red and yellow peaches from its orchard in Wading River ($6 for two quarts). Cherries, jams and sangria mix are available as well.

The farm is located at 561 Hulse Landing Road in Wading River.

Credit: Vera Chinese
Credit: Vera Chinese

Organic Beets

Invincible Summer Farms sells organic beets ($5 a bunch) and other produce grown at the Southold farm. Their crops, like carrots, rainbow Swiss chard and fava beans, are also available at the North Fork Table’s weekly farmers market on Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon.

The farm stand is located on Hortons Lane in Southold, between Main Road and Route 48.

Credit: Vera Chinese
Credit: Vera Chinese

Cow’s Milk

Goodale Farms sells fresh cow’s milk and cow and goat cheese along with produce grown on the Aquebogue farm. Visit their Facebook page or email [email protected] to sign up for weekly grocery specials.

Goodale Farms is located at 250 Main Road in Aquebogue.

Credit: Vera Chinese
Credit: Vera Chinese

Shiitake Mushrooms

The Cutchogue-based Long Island Mushroom is the biggest mushroom farm on Long Island. Get their mushrooms, like the shiitake pictured above ($10 a quart), at the weekly farmers market. Farmer John Quigley said the hydroponic facility can produce up to 3,000 pounds of ‘shrooms per week!

Credit: Vera Chinese
Credit: Vera Chinese

Eggs

Browder’s Birds sells their eggs ($9/dozen) at the weekly market as well as their chicken meat, honey, rubs and mayonnaise.

Take a look at the yolk of a Browder’s egg compared with a grocery store egg in the picture below.

Credit: Vera Chinese
A yolk from an egg harvested from Browder’s Birds in Mattituck (left) and the yolk of an egg purchased at a local supermarket. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
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