Thursday, February 26, 2015
PCR: There is a leek in the garden - reproducing itself!
PCR = Personal Carbon Reduction
There is a blizzard going on outside, so naturally, I am thinking about gardening. A few years ago I found a bag of potatoes that had been in the pantry a little too long. I took them out beside the house, dug a few holes, and dropped a potato in each. With very little watering I ended up with some impressive plants. Then I became busy at work, quit watering the plants, and they promptly died, snagit! But I have to admit, the initial stages of the planting were pretty cool.
Today I ran across an infograhic from the Cooking Stoned blog - it's not what you think - that shows several kitchen veggies (and a little fungi) that can be grown from kitchen scraps. Click the link to see the graphic and check out the blog:
Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps
I am thinking green onions, celery, garlic, potatoes, and leeks - leeks are an important source of punnery.
May your gardening skills sustain and prosper you while the garden monster munches carbon!
Bonus link for today: "Green Onions" Booker T and the MGs