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Since 1981

Les Serres JC Lauzon & Ass.

All merchants !  Fruit and vegetable growers, Horticulturists

Les Serres JC Lauzon & Ass., Maraîchers
Les Serres JC Lauzon & Ass. offers for the past 33 years a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Their specialties: italian tomatoes, cabbages, cauliflowers, kales, broccolis, apples, cucumbers, squash and pumpkins. They also offer a beautiful range of vegetable plants.

Les Serres JC Lauzon & Ass. welcome you at Jean-Talon Market from May to late October.

Learn more about their history by reading their Family Portrait!

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  • Opening period : June to October
  • Production location : Saint-Eustache

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Zucchini

We know this member of the cucurbitaceae family by its Italian name, which means "little squash." Zucchinis are excellent in ratatouille, or sauteed, fried, stuffed, au gratin or in soup. Zucchinis don't have many calories (approximately 15 calories per 100 g) and contain useful amounts of folate, potassium, vitamin A, which attack free radicals and protect the eyes, and rutin (vitamin P), which helps oxidize cholesterol.

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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!

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Red Radish

Deliciously fresh and crunchy, slightly peppery.

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Organic plum

A plum is a drupe fruit of the subgenus Prunus of the genus Prunus. The subgenus is distinguished from other subgenera (peaches, cherries, bird cherries, etc.) in the shoots having a terminal bud and solitary side buds (not clustered), the flowers in groups of one to five together on short stems, and the fruit having a groove running down one side and a smooth stone (or pit).

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Herb plant

Fresh herbs plants are perfects for your garden or your balcony. Depending the merchant, you will find plants of: basil, coriander, curry, chives, eucalyptus, Moroccan mint, spearmint, oregano, rosemary, savory, stevia, thyme... Used it to flavor a flat or to make tea!

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Lettuce

A great leafy vegetable for your salads.

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Fresh bean

Yellow or green beans. Yellow beans have a milder and sweeter taste than green beans. They are delicious blanched, then lightly sautéed with a knob of butter. Raw food lovers can eat them just as they are!

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Québec raspberry

Small, sweet red berry with a slight tang. Buy them fresh and don't forget to freeze some for the rest of the year! You don't really need us to tell you how to enjoy this fruit! Indulge yourself and eat it as you wish: fresh, with yogurt, cereals, in a pie, jam, or salad ... the possibilities are endless!

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Québec strawberry

Small red berries, freshly picked! From sweet to very sweet... it's Mother Nature who decides!

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Acorn squash

Dark green rind, yellow-white flesh, sweet with pepper and nutty flavors. This squash can be prepared in soup or in stew.

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Cauliflower

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

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Brussels sprout

This tiny cabbage is rich in calcium and magnesium. Delicious roasted.

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Cantaloupe

Orange-fleshed melon. Juicy, aromatic, sweet and tasty! Cantaloupe is normally eaten as a fresh fruit, as a salad, or as a dessert with ice cream or custard. Melon pieces wrapped in prosciutto are a familiar antipasto.

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Broccoli

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.

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Beet

Vegetable. To eat salty (soup, salad...) or sweet (cake). Excellent when it's cooked as a marinade.

Cooking: boiling water, 60 min, or in the oven, wrapped in foil for 45 minutes.

Other varieties to discover:
- yellow beet
- Chioggia Beet
- white beet

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