This plate of fresh picked food is from my community garden patch.
It contains cabbage, broccoli, Asian mustard greens, parsley, society garlic, cherry tomatoes, broad beans, baby squash, zuchinni and a carrot.
All this fresh, delicious food will be stir fried with organic olive oil, turmeric and black pepper.
My community garden patch may look a tangled mess but it always gives me what I need for each meal.
I love a variety of fresh foods and to buy this variety is not always an easy exercise.
I also want to eat strong, organic, GMO free food and having a garden plot at a community garden is a great way to do this.
On a limited budget and without access to your own garden getting the fresh, GMO free foods that create health may seem sometimes impossible but even a few pots of herbs in the kitchen or a small balcony garden can add variety to a meal.
It has taken time to learn how to grow the food I want to eat but now I am starting to see the results and it is a great way to live.
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