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Are you ready to grow your own food?
Will Allen believes that everybody regardless of their economic means should have access to the same healthy, safe and affordable food that is grown naturally.
For some poor urban residents, who are sick of fast food and scarcity of grocery shops it means that they have to grow their food themselves...in the future the soaring food prices of fresh and healthy food will force us to follow their example, are you ready?
I live in a condo; but, I have a fairly large balcony. Besides your typical balcony stuff, I grow swiss chard, lettuce, spinach, peas, radishes, tomatoes and carrots. It takes a bit of space management; but, it can be done and I have some fresh veggies right outside my balcony door.
Yep. Been growing my own veggies and fruits for years now. I own a fair piece of land, but as I don't have a large family, my garden doesn't have to be huge. It was at first a lot of trial and error. The first garden I put in was raided by rabbits and deer and I got NOTHING...and I had a repeat last year when a herd of deer attacked my tomatoes, just as they were about ripe! (but that was all they got!) I could have cried. But who wants to pay the outrageous prices in the stores for fruit and veggies that seem low quality and poor tasting, not to mention all those 'recalled' produce issues over contamination!?
Grow your own. It's not that hard. And don't forget the herbs!
I am not ready to grow my own food but I sure am able if there ever was a need.
by milleramanda5310 months ago
Could you survive if you had to rely on growing your on food?
by thomasczech4 years ago
How many of you grow your own food?With the rising cost of groceries, it certainly is a good idea to grow your own. What are your personal experiences? How do you grow them? Please give ideas, hints etc
by sannyasinman7 years ago
S 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act*, may be the most dangerous bill in the history of the US.http://foodfreedom.wordpress.com/2010/0 … the-grass/Do you want this Bill passed?
by MegStarr6 years ago
Would you store your own food for 2012?If you had a choice to store food for whatever may "happen" in 2012 would you use store bought canned goods or would you can your own?
by Bill Manning7 years ago
I'm trying to eat a bit healthier. I already eat good food, like chicken, fruits and no junk crap. But I have a hard time finding good veggies.I noticed that a sub from subway has lots of veggies and it seems fresh too....
by Crochetliens6 years ago
How do you sneak healthy food to a 2 year old, who is a picky eater?My daughter HATES most fruit as soon as she touches it she freaks out and won't eat it. She pretty much just loves pizza, milk, cheese, chicken...
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