Isn't it nice to have a lemon tree at one's back yard? This Kadazan lady (Sabah's largest indigenous group) sells her produce in one of the three stalls. I get the lemons from her whenever they are available (not very regular though).
The vegetable stalls
Preserved the traditional way with only rice water and salt by the Chinese lady who also sells the softest and smoothest white tofu in town (no pic - sold out by the time I got there).
A coconut stall
Sells freshly squeezed coconut milk. Which makes cooking curry and other dishes that call for santan so convenient and easy. Always find it so messy and tedious extracting santan from grated coconut. This stall, to me, is a gem.
The operating hours and price for its 'santan segar'.
The three stalls that sell mainly sweet potatoes, bananas, papayas and seasonal home produce.
A very popular 'pisang goreng' - fried banana stall
The mountain of crisps vanished in a matter of minutes - the few minutes I was there to snap the few pics. Noticed they were very generous with their portions too - Rm 2 for 15-20 pieces!
And here, she keeps churning out the popular snacks.