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Veggin’ out in Harlan at Graber Farms

Aaron Bremer, of BakerStreet, grills tomatoes and zucchini. The restaurant was one of many that use Graber Farms produce.
Photos by Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Amber Stewart, left, Brittany Wireman and Renee Sinacola enjoy their organically-grown meals during Ugly Veggie Day at Graber Farms in Harlan on Sunday.
Ugly Veggie Day at Graber Farms was held in conjunction with Indiana’s Support Local Farmers Week.

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