Eleven months now and we haven't bought any vegetables for us to eat. I think that is pretty good
We are picking Tomatoes now and the Zucchini is giving me so many, I love that plant. We only have 2 and one of those is not very big but does have a couple of flowers, the other one is huge and could feed us for the rest of the challenge if we needed it to.
So we are eating Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, Carrots, Sweet Potato, Lettuce, Beetroot, Zucchini. All fresh from our garden. Not a great variety but it is all fresh and you can't get any more local than your own backyard..
We still have pumpkin from last season and just as well because none of mine survived. I have some Butternut seedlings in now and they look like they should make it. Most of the Garlic has fallen over and we have had some of that. Small but still good.
Fruit wise we are getting Strawberries, Pepenos, Passionfruit, the occasional Orange. Still getting Lemons.
Apricots are nearly there too but that will be December fruit.
Free food that I *stole* from the pig...Pumpkin, potatoes, apricots, apples, bananas. Not fresh and I don't know where it was grown but it's what the people in town were buying the day before. There was plenty left for the pig
Some people are a bit disgusted when I say I eat the pig food but it is all still good and sometimes we wonder why the shop isn't selling it. We have had crates of Bananas that were still yellow and firm. Apples with a couple of marks but they were still good eating. Son says that when the new stuff comes in they just empty the shelf of the old even if it is still good. We don't mind, the chooks don't mind and the pig doesn't mind.
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