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(Chicago Tribune) — You can’t buy those on the street, Tim Ngabtak tells John Thill as he eyes mustard seed plants at the Tibet Farms stand.  Intrigued, Thill, a Morton Grove village trustee, picks up the plant, smells it and takes a bite.  “Boy, is that stuff tart. That snuck up on me,” he said. “Your taste is different from my taste.”

Ngabtak smiles, pleased he got Thill to try something unfamiliar.  “I’ve educated a lot of people,” said Ngabtak, who displays his offerings every Saturday at the Morton Grove Farmers’ Market, which opened in May.

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