Oohs and aahs for onions at the Market

Back at our market this season is the unique and fantastic Olympic Onion. Having sold at a variety of markets in the area, Vince Gipson says the Sequim Farmers Market is the place he likes best.

Vince Gipson of Olympic Onion.

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