Tag: vegetables

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Vancouver’s Chinatown

I have been having difficulty accessing this blog through the WordPress app on my iPad and iPhone so I have not been posting as often as I like to. Seeing as I still cannot resolve the issues around the iOS app, I have decided to sit down at my desk and do a quick blog […]

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Inglorious Fruits and Veggies?

Would you be more inclined to purchase fruits and veggies if they were 30% cheaper but less attractive than ones you usually get from the grocery store? Watch this very short video to see what a French supermarket did to make fruits and veggies more affordable –

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Swiss Chard is My Kale

Almost as easy to grow is green onions, Swiss chard is one of those crops that never seems to fail. Swiss chard can be planted very early in the spring and grows quickly, providing a first green crop of the season for those who have suffered through a long winter without greens from the garden. […]

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Our 100 Mile Diet Shrunk

Here are our first and second generation radishes. Each generation is planted seven days apart to prolong the early spring season of growing. You can also see the beets (those red leafy things in the background) that were planted at the same time as the first generation of radishes. Radishes grow to harvest readiness so […]