When we grow our food, we participate
more fully in nature's cycles and form a
closer bond with Mother Earth. Knowing
how to grow your own food allows for a
sense of freedom and pride that you can
feed and provide for yourself, one of the
most basic necessities.
What do you grow for yourself? We joined a CSA and go to the farm weekly to pick up our share, do pick your own . . . We also have both tomatoes and green beans planted here at Chestnut Hill. It definitely keeps you closer to your food source and to the growing cycle of life. The lack of rain or abundance of rain influences what we get on our share. Cheers! Head on out to your local farmers market.
This is a Blog that I enjoy Six Burner Sue She is Author to several fantastic cookbooks for vegetables and lives and raises those Veggies on Marthas Vineyard in the great Atlantic!