Super-processed food accounts for nearly 60 per cent of an average American’s energy intake. It’s found in the center aisles of a supermarket, but it’s not real food and you can’t grow it in your vegetable garden.

(You do have a vegetable garden, right?)

About lifegrower

Peter V. Fossel has been gardening since he was nine, and has been an organic farmer for the last 20 years. His most recent book, “Organic Farming, Everything You Need to know” was published by Voyageur Press, Minneapolis, 2007. He’s written numerous gardening articles for Organic Gardening, Horticulture, Country Journal, Out Here, and American Profile among others. He was Gardens Manager for The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson in Tennessee before returning to Cape Cod to start his newest organic venture, Swan River Farm in Dennisport, MA.
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1 Response to “food”

  1. Roxy says:

    When my youngest son was in elementary school, I helped to get a school garden and garden club going at his school. It was really neat seeing the excitement on the kids’ faces as they learned how the veggies grew, and where they came from. Many of them were familiar with the produce already, but most had no idea about the plants or seeds that they started out as. The teacher who taught them also would prepare and share recipes with them as well. Those were​ some fun times!

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