Rahsaan wrote:We don't do any hard calculations but in the summer probably 75-80% of what we eat comes from the farmer's market (we don't have a garden). And that extra 20% is mostly stuff like rice and grains that we can't buy at the market!
In the winter it's maybe 50-50, as we go the farmer's market year-round and buy as much as possible.
Bob Henrick wrote:Jenise,
I a very sorry, and yes touched by reading of your sick kitty. While I am not per se a cat kind of person, I AM an animal person, and at present have three dogs in my home. Two are female and one is male, all are "fixed" so there won't be surprises. Two are shelter rescues and one is a Is a purebred Brussels Griffon (female). The other female is (I believe) a full blood Vizla and the third is a Heinz 57. I sincerely hope that your kitty gets well, and goes through the surgery in fine shape.
And to keep this at least a little on subject, I am struck by the idea of a small greenhouse for your garden. our area is apparently not conducive to growing tomatoes, and you love them fresh from the garden, it could be an answer without a lot of cash outlay and a minimum of labor on your part.
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