Bangkok isn't exactly a farm community. So the farmers' market is kind of a fluid term.
There was produce -lovely organic vegetables- but people also brought in things they'd made: artesian breads, homemade pickles, yogurt, fancy chocolate. Even things like handmade jewelry and soaps.
Most everybody involved was conscious of natural food choices, so it was easy for us to find things to eat for the boys.
I had high hopes of turning a corner and finding a table of gluten-free baked good. If there was ever going to be a place to find gluten free bread in Bangkok, this would be it. I didn't find any this time, but we'll be back.