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My Subversive (Garden) Plot

Listen to Roger Doiron’s TedTalk, about how we take control of our food supply and change the world. This video is worth your time: View Roger Doiron’s TedTalk HERE! I’m a huge fan of growing your own food. It can truly change your life. It empowers you. It connects you to your food source. It […]

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Winter gardening, prunes at Disneyland, & I’m teaching in Utah this month

It doesn’t happen often that I’m home for 3.5 weeks. I have three local classes to teach before leaving for Malaga, Spain Jan. 22 to study at the Budwig Clinic. So sorry that the one in Lindon is sold out because I decided I prefer not to speak to groups of 400, as something gets […]

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Kristin’s Tomato Confit

Do you have access to cherry tomatoes, in someone’s garden? There’s a huge field of them at the top of my street, abandoned by the grower because it’s too labor-intensive to pick them. So sad! My friend who owns the field and leased it out, just brought me a bucketful. If you’ve got access to […]

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do you have garden squash coming out your ears?

If so, me too! Finding a new squash recipe we really like is so fun. I wonder what the recipe below would be like with ZUCCHINI. If you try it before I do, let me know. I found this recipe on Hallelujah Acres yesterday, because one of their employees wrote me to say hi. They’d […]

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Broken ribs, Thai Lettuce Wraps

Day 4. It turns out I have a couple of broken ribs. Good times! Ice and heat, ice and heat, and this morning seems a bit better than the past few days. But I am going to Boise and Twin Falls anyway, in 2 days! One more recipe from Michelle’s garden to deal with the […]

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More garden recipes, and a bedside update….

Thanks for all your kind emails and Facebook messages. I’ve been sleeping 12 hours a night since my accident Saturday; still unable to walk or do much of anything without acute/stabbing pain in my lower back/hip, and I wonder if it’s nerve damage, as I landed approximately on my hip’s sciatic nerve. I am hoping […]

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Garden recipes!

from Michelle Jorgenson (more this week)–congrats to her for being so creative and resourceful with her spectacular garden (which will be featured on the GreenSmoothieGirl Makeover TV show, which we are almost done filming): I love summer eating, because I try and use as much from the garden as I can.   You can tell […]

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Are you gardening yet?

I hope those of you doing 12 Steps are ready to look at Chapter 5, to plant an organic garden and use everything in it! Today Jenni told me about this cool online tool, very easy to use, where you can map out your garden just by dragging and dropping the crops you want in […]

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I love my compost pile: CAUGHT ON VIDEO

I like gardening, but I love composting. It’s a no-brainer. It’s one of those “life is an eternal round” things. Maybe I’m weird and the Depression-era mentality lasted three generations, in me. But I love “waste not, want not” and I hate the throw-away generation and attitude. Turn your food into food for your food. […]

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It’s a Beet Monster

I’m not even sure what to say about this, that came out of my garden today. Technically it’s a beet. I’m not sure the photos let you appreciate just how big it is, about 12 in. tall. It looks like a replica of a human heart—blood color, to be sure, but also with the aorta […]

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