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Homemade granola keeps Karen active

Original post made on Oct 6, 2012

There are at least two reasons to stop at the Sunday Morning Bakery booth at Farmers Market tomorrow. One is to try some of the best tasting homemade granola ever, and the second is to praise the hard work of Karen Olivero, who with her husband Troy Grooms owns the bakery and creates all the specialties it offers.

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Posted by Carla
a resident of another community
on Oct 6, 2012 at 5:51 am

I see Karen and Troy attending the Pleasanton Farmers Market faithfully. I have always had so much respect for them both, its not always easy to be there, especially with challenges.
By the way, they had these KILLER cookies last week, you have to try them!


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