You are right about wine being cheaper than diesel fuel. Isn't it amazing? One producer sells us red wine for less than one euro a liter (but that's without paying the taxes, which is a no-no). Another has Côt/Malbec reds for €1.15 a liter, and they are excellent. And so it goes. If only we didn't have to drive to go to buy wine and bring it home.
It is crazy! When we arrived the price for diesel was about .71 centimes a liter. I believe you arrived the same year.We can get wine for less that 1.30€, but our favorite co-op is a mere 1 mile down the road, so we don't have to use up too much fuel to get the wine!
wow! that's amazing! these pictures are so gorgeous. love the radishes!
we are never fullThanks!
I don't think we can find anything fresh foodwise for one euro a kilo at markets -- maybe Géant has that type of sale but we hardly ever buy fresh food there.They look good to me -- especially the tomatoes!
BettyThe price of produce is quite cheap here. Meat is another matter!
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