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  1. I don't know about authenticity, but it's fun to grow mustard greens. I haven't gardened vegetables in years, and try to console myself that succulent plants will do. The digital slingshot seems pretty authentic, too, though!

  2. I was down in the patch picking beans. I've got TONS. Do you know how to freeze them? I think I might have killed a tomato planting by driving a metal post in to keep it standing up. Too late I thought "Gee I wonder what the root system is like?" Did it yesterday. It's not dead yet, and still looks green. We'll see what harm I did during my quest for authentic veggies. But swiss chard out of the garden is yummy.. I think my peas (I managed about 20 pods all in) ended up costing about a buck a pod. But those pods were good.

  3. I remember freezing beans as being easy, but 2 places had some great suggestions, particularly the second below:

    When I was a kid, I grew up in a very small town in Arkansas [called Gurdon].

    My father was a small town doctor in a cool lumber town of about 2,000 souls. Each Spring and Summer, patients brought us vegetables–fresh squash, blackberries, cantaloupes and snap beans. The whole thing was vaguely 19th C. (and I believe that perhaps a patient or two even got a credit against an invoice thereby), but 19th C. in the very best way.

    Your local pundit sounds like he makes some great points, but give me

    fresh garden beans over technophilosophy any day–and I am anything but a punditphobe or technophobe 🙂

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