Sunday, September 6, 2020

Saving the Seeds for Future Use, Growing Our Own Food to be Self-sustaining

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Drying up papaya and calamansi seeds so I could store them for future use.

While I germinate the lemon and corn seeds in a moisted tissue paper.

If I had a bigger space, best if land, I would have a mini vegetable and fruit farm by now...all grown from kitchen scrap....or is it the lack of space that's challenging me to be more resourceful!?

Reuse, Recycle, Repurporse....there's so much we could do for a self-sustaining existence.

We could really grow (at least some of) our own food if we are given the time, opportunity and resources.

Instead most of us were taught in school to get employed working for other people, depending on the wages they'll give at the end of every month, when we could also work smarter for ourselves.

Imagine harvesting what we will eat for the day direct from our own yard, or from the balcony of our apartment, or from containers by the window sills of our condo.

Fresh, clean and cared with love.

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