Is there a clinical diagnosis for farmer’s market withdrawal?

Lackofloco-edible-isis: noun. Mental state caused by a lack of local foods. Usually sets in in November or December, when the last of the seasonal foods appear at local farmer’s markets. Signs of early onset include drinking the droppings from the pan after roasting a squash, or belatedly wishing one learned how to can fruits and vegetables.

Synonyms: pumpkin-oia, apple-agony, brussels sprout blues.

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