Did you have a beautiful bumper crop this year?
After the months of planning, tilling, sowing, watering, and weeding your body deserves to be nourished!
Freezing, drying, and canning are great ways to eat your home grown bounty all year round.
The truth is, some foods are even more nutritious when canned or cooked.
Devils Blood Beets
The book “Eating on the Wild Side” by Jo Robinson explains how.
This book is part of my library, and discusses what type to grow or buy, when to harvest, and how to prepare fruits and vegetables.
Another idea is to share the fruits of my labor with friends, family, or people who care for you (like your wonderful Yoga instructors!).
You can also have your family over and have grain free garden spaghetti with tomatoes, garlic, onions, kale, oregano, and squash from your garden.
At the end of summer, give thanks and be thankful and enjoy your wonderful bounty.
Just like savasana, rest, breathe, and appreciate all the hard work you have put into your garden.
After relaxing, gather your seeds, mulch, and plant your winter crop. The journey continues……………….