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I always thought local green vegetables came from Wafra or Abdali. I guess I never questioned how “local” they meant.  The supplier for the co-ops of Fahaheel and Mangaf is a based in a small farm in Mangaf. This morning, Hajji Haider was harvesting for the evening shift at the shops ready for Futoor time.

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  1. Does it taste good?

  2. A little dusty before washing 🙂 otherwise perfect.

  3. How cool!

    There is a spinach, I only see it a couple weeks of the year, from a farm called Yasmin farms. You think you know spinach, until you taste the spinach from Yasmin farms. It is purely fabulous.

    Does Haji Haider sell privately? 🙂

  4. Will look out for it… Is Yasmin farm in Kuwait or Lebanon?

    He does sell privately… Same price as the co-op.

  5. Yasmin Farms is in Kuwait, but I don’t know where. I have never seen anything else but spinach, but the spinach is to die for.

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