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Ferme André Plouffe

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Ferme André Plouffe, Maraîchers
For many generations, the Plouffe family has been at the Jean-Talon Market as an agricultural producer. Come see them as soon as the sunny days show up to get quality fruits and vegetables. Their specialties: lettuce, rhubarb, asparagus, cherry tomatoe, eggplant, maple syrup and herbs.

The Plouffe family welcomes you from May to late October.

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  • Opening period : May to October
  • Production location : Épiphanie
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    Québec field tomato

    A juicy fruit that's excellent in salads and sandwiches! Several varieties available, depending on time of year and merchants: Italian, baby Italian, round, grape, cherry, a variety of shapes and colors... ask your merchants for their favourites!



    Red Radish

    Deliciously fresh and crunchy, slightly peppery.




    Depending the merchant, you will find them in different colors. Yellow, red and orange are sweeter than green. Delicious in salads, casseroles ... a ray of sunshine in your plate!



    Québec corn

    Expected every year! Ask your merchants for tips of cooking, because between the beginning and the end of the season, cooking time will not be the same. Enjoy!




    A great leafy vegetable for your salads.




    Cauliflower is low in fat, low in carbohydrates but high in dietary fiber, folate, water, and vitamin C, possessing a high nutritional density.




    Broccoli is variety of cabbage. It is high in vitamin C and dietary fiber.

    It is particularly rich in lutein and also provides a modest amount of beta-carotene.



    Asparagus from Quebec

    Discovered to the antique in Eurasia, it’s the first vegetable of the summer in Quebec. Short-term product in cool temperature, it’s very important to make a good choise. They must be firms, supples and resistants in the break, have a well ear and not be too dry or crumple on the base.
    To cook them, no peel, remove only the base and put in a cauldron of slightly salted boiling water, about ten minutes. Serve them with lemon and oil, with a vinaigrette or simply nature; you will be crazy about it!

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