A Plant A Day Keeps Hunger at Bay

Our Lola used to tell us, “If you love to eat, you must learn how to cook.” So we did.

In these tough times, maybe we should take things a bit further, “If you don’t start planting your own food, you don’t eat.”

If you can’t do anything outside because of the quarantine and have some fresh vegetables and fruits, you can start collecting seeds when preparing your meals. Some seeds need to be dried before it can be planted. Others are fine fresh from the fruit/vegetable. We encourage you to learn about which is which, and also how to store seeds you collect so that when you can, you’ll be able to start your own little garden. Happy planting!



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