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Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!

 
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07/17/2012 09:47 PM
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Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
Celery, garlic, sweet potatoes, ginger, onions ... and scroll down to the comments to hear about romaine lettuce, pineapple, apples ... you can also grow an avocado tree and citrus trees from seeds from the fruit, and tomatoes from seeds also. Good to have in mind when TSHTF, even sooner with rising food prices.

[link to www.gardenswag.com]
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
Celery, garlic, sweet potatoes, ginger, onions ... and scroll down to the comments to hear about romaine lettuce, pineapple, apples ... you can also grow an avocado tree and citrus trees from seeds from the fruit, and tomatoes from seeds also. Good to have in mind when TSHTF, even sooner with rising food prices.

[link to www.gardenswag.com]
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Can you garden my salami?
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07/17/2012 09:50 PM
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
Celery, garlic, sweet potatoes, ginger, onions ... and scroll down to the comments to hear about romaine lettuce, pineapple, apples ... you can also grow an avocado tree and citrus trees from seeds from the fruit, and tomatoes from seeds also. Good to have in mind when TSHTF, even sooner with rising food prices.

[link to www.gardenswag.com]
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Can you garden my salami?
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Marinate in Miracle Gro and let me know how it goes ...
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
Celery, garlic, sweet potatoes, ginger, onions ... and scroll down to the comments to hear about romaine lettuce, pineapple, apples ... you can also grow an avocado tree and citrus trees from seeds from the fruit, and tomatoes from seeds also. Good to have in mind when TSHTF, even sooner with rising food prices.

[link to www.gardenswag.com]
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Can you garden my salami?
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Marinate in Miracle Gro and let me know how it goes ...
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I like to grow molds and fungus.

Make my own penicillin.
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07/17/2012 09:55 PM
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
You could try making some "fromunda cheese" around that salami ... you know, from under the salami? Probably grows fast in this weather.
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07/17/2012 10:08 PM
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
Celery, garlic, sweet potatoes, ginger, onions ... and scroll down to the comments to hear about romaine lettuce, pineapple, apples ... you can also grow an avocado tree and citrus trees from seeds from the fruit, and tomatoes from seeds also. Good to have in mind when TSHTF, even sooner with rising food prices.

[link to www.gardenswag.com]
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Um do people seriously not know this already?
U know when u cut your garlic cloves u can keep the hard thick end and plant it in the garden? You can use it within 3 weeks it grows that fast. Just cut them at ground level and it tastes amazing! Wat u leave will just grow straight back! Tomatoes, sweet potato and potato, carrots, pumpkin will all grow if you throw the leftovers in your garden..
I can't believe people are freaking out about prices when if you have even a small yard u can grow loads of things.. Sigh
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07/17/2012 10:27 PM
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
No sadly many Americans don't know this ... my friend's 10-year-old daughter had a friend over after school. She saw a tomato sitting on the kitchen counter and asked "what's that red thing?" She seriously had never seen a real tomato. In all her 10 years. This is America at its finest.

tomato
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07/17/2012 10:29 PM
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
try buying some seeds ......LOL!
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07/17/2012 10:40 PM
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
No sadly many Americans don't know this ... my friend's 10-year-old daughter had a friend over after school. She saw a tomato sitting on the kitchen counter and asked "what's that red thing?" She seriously had never seen a real tomato. In all her 10 years. This is America at its finest.

tomato
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It's like the kids at my daughter's school. They've been raising chickens and the eggs are available to take home. Many kids don't want brown eggs straight from a healthy, happy chicken, so we often get extras. And they go to the grocery to buy eggs from unhealthy, tortured chickens. Wow.
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Re: Grow your own food from kitchen leftovers indoors or out!
It's amazing how we've all been brainwashed. Cut open any fruit and see the many seeds inside that can be grown to start another generation of fruit. I often wondered why we have so many starving people in the world. Dirt and rain/water - and seeds - unbelievable.