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For Easy To Grow Greens, Think Asian

I recently posted the following article at Kitchen Gardener’s International, a nonprofit organization whose mission “is to empower individuals, families, and communities to achieve greater levels of food self-reliance through the promotion of kitchen gardening, home-cooking, and sustainable local food … Continue reading

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Filling Your Own Ark, One Seed At A Time

Most people are familiar with the story of Noah and his Ark, whereby God commanded Noah to build a boat and fill it with family, food and animals. The Ark was to serve as a sort of floating zoo to … Continue reading

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December Harvests

December has brought our first really cold weather of the season (for us), but the garden keeps on giving. The cold frames and greenhouse are protecting many of the plants, but others are doing well unprotected despite the cold. This … Continue reading

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Dark Days Challenge

In an effort to increase our awareness of where our food comes from, and to find more local sources for our food, my wife and I are joining the Dark Days Challenge this winter. In a nutshell, the Challenge is … Continue reading

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Growing Asian Vegetables: Komatsuna

This is the third installment in a series about my experiences growing Asian vegetables. You can find the other articles by clicking on the tag “Growing Asian Vegetables” at the bottom of this post. In her book “Oriental Vegetables: The … Continue reading

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