"You know how lots of folks cut off and throw away the base of the celery bunch? Instead, you can put it in the ground and it will grow back! Start by soaking the base in a saucer with about a half inch of water for a few days and then plant it outside. Celery likes fertile well-drained soil, partial shade and frequent watering. You may never have to buy celery again!"
|Growing celery from the unused base|
I would also like to grow sprouts and juice those. Perhaps once I get a little more rested I can tackle a few more projects like these. In the meantime, my favorite produce shops are: the farmer's markets, MOMs, Trader Joe's, International Markets for young Thai coconuts and rare nonorganic thick skinned fruits, and Whole Foods when I need it.
I promised myself rest after the trip out for greens and spring water and now is the time to honor that promise.