Buying produce in the supermarket has become more and more of a drag lately. Take a supermarket tomato, for example: even the best looking in the bunch are usually as flavorless as they are over-firm. Then there's the hot peppers, which are almost always laced with fuzz and mold around the stems and going wrinkly all over. And don't even start on fruit like strawberries and cantaloupe, which seem to always go straight from under ripe and bitter to rotten without hitting anything edible inbetween. But we don't have to take it, people. There are ways to buy local, organic produce without stepping foot into an over-priced specialty mart. Just head to the Las Olas Chemist on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.... More >>>