The Farmer's Market helps us keep it both healthy and affordable. We pick up everything we need for the week, both fruits and vegetables for anywhere between $20 to $30, and we don't have to go anywhere else. Well, the only other stuff we pick up at the grocery store are green chilies, ginger, cilantro (if I cannot find it in the market), milk and eggs.
Today with a 20 dollar bill, I picked up around 3 lbs of mandarin oranges, couple of daikon radishes, 1 head of cabbage, yams, garlic, yellow onions, 2 bunches of some chinese greens, and 2 heads of "romanesco" broccoli.
A quick google search told me that the Chinese greens are called "Choy Sum".
Pictures below of the romanesco broccoli and choy sum are mine:
We love the market because it happens right in downtown, and we can sit down in one of the cafe's and get a bite to eat (or even brunch) if we feel like it.
(Our previous Farmer's Market post here has a picture of the market.)