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Published November 12th 2017
Extend your culinary skills with exotic vegetables
If you've been hunting around for ingredients to add "oomph" to your culinary repertoire, you should consider paying a visit to the Global Foods Market in Woodridge, Logan. There is an excellent range of fresh fruit and vegetables, with many unusual ones to impress your dinner guests.
To give you an idea of some weird and wonderful foods you could find, here are some vegetables that I saw at the markets in November:
If you're a bit of a gardener and would like to grow your own exotic foods, there is a stall at the lower end of the markets on Croydon Road which has a good selection of plants such as neem, avocado, mango, betel, sawtooth mint, birds-eye chilli, soursop, kaffir lime, white dragonfruit, tamarind, and moringa.
The farmers' market is held every Sunday and is organised by the Ethnic Communities Council of Logan. The produce market is held in conjunction with a Global Food Village comprised of street food stalls with multicultural cuisines.