Monday, May 22, 2017



To Market, to market ...there is no any type of meat to buy here... 
Yes, going green, brought along our own containers and cutleries as well. 

Bright sunny day, perfect for the Mari Market @ GK Organic Farm.
"Mari Market is a community op-up market dedicated to bring together local organic farmers, home-grown artiists, designers, artisans and individuals who appreciate healthy food, artisanal goods and sustainable living".  

The entrance to GK Organic Farm.  

one of the many composting area  around the farm. 

Saw Mr. Gan, the owner of the farm as well as my yoga teacher (very good one!) conducting the farm walk. Yes, you are encouraged to walk barefooted around as it help to discharge the negative electronic toxins in our body. 

As I had brought some books for exchange, we went straight to look for the KL Book Exchange  booth which was located on the left side of this house. 
Live Music playing from upstairs lent a festive atmosphere to the market.   

downstairs, a pottery DIY was set up to create your own masterpiece at RM20.00 per piece... note that samples on the sifu's left only.

Of course, the sifu's creations are for sale as well. 
A happy chef cooks happy delicious meals
This is Mr.Tai, the man behind those yummylicious organic buffet lunch served at GK organic farm.

Some of the delicious takeaways ...

Yummy refreshing flower salad..

baked sweet potatoes..

For those who did not bring their own cutleries... 

More organic food stuff for sale, these are all available from GK farm.. 

There were also other organic farmers who peddled their goods on that day.. 

artisan drip coffee also available on the spot..  

All things Lotus... crunchy fresh lotus salad.. 
If there is a contest for the best organic vegetable, I will vote for this stall, so many uses of this humble lotus plant. 

These are cereals in a jar... everyone is putting everything in a jar nowadays.. you have noddles in jar, puddings and cakes in a jar. Are people really don't have the time to eat down and have a proper meal and do we really need this type of "convenience food"? 

My shopping from the Mari Market.. a jar of sauerkraut (from Justlife); a bottle of organic soy sauce from GK farm; a bag of organic salted cocoa nibs and a jar of milk kefir from the various vendors. The sauerkraut was mixed with some hardboiled eggs and used as filling for some croissants for breakfast and it was delicious.   


  1. Hey, this place is so interesting and healthy to visit. I love their concept and even the flower salad!
    I must learn to walk bare footed from now.

  2. You can do a farm visit inclusive of buffet organic lunch. Call them for reservation... highly recommended by me!

  3. Come KL and I will bring you there...