Shuna is a pastry chef in New York City and author of the acclaimed blog Eggbeater.
If you walk around any farmers market you'll see prices ranging from $2 - $8#. This depends on the costs that each farmer faces, how much they irrigate, etc. Also if you can stand to use "2nds" you can buy loarger amounts at a discounted price. Farmers are more likely to haggle at the end of the day.
See the linked article on questions not to ask at a farmers market (http://civileats.com/2013...). Most farmers do not discount or haggle at the end of the day. Face it, they have to earn a living.
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Farmers don't haggle. They'll take the leftovers home and make jam to sell the next week!
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