playing with food


Fancy me. I’m making progress in my personal green revolution. Not only am I growing lettuce, basil, cilantro, and tomatoes, but I just planted purple carrots.  I wouldn’t go so far as to call myself Ida Skivenes, but well, you know. I’m doing what I can to green up my world.

I’ve been wanting to compost, but living solo, I just don’t generate enough green waste to reach practical critical mass. Even considering my habit of buying more produce than I can possibly eat in a week and throwing out an obscene amount of food, it’s still not enough to justify investing in a personal 100 gallon composting unit. Like my (brief) foray into READ MORE HERE

2 thoughts on “playing with food

  1. I used to live in a small sized city where they had this great service – a guy would drop by apartment buildings on his bike and pick up compost – you just needed to bag it up and have it ready the day he came by. Talk about smart thinking. I love growing cilantro because I love cilantro in just about everything – just saying. LOL. (my partner detests cilantro.)

    • What a great program! I’m assuming it wasn’t official — more of a personal mission. Indeed, a great contribution to the world at large. My cilantro has bolted — which means it has these pretty little flowers that are quite delicious in my salads. It’s all good. :)

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