This episode was one hundred percent unplanned. I improvised while relaxing watching the birds fly and while soothing my skin in the warm water my body was in.
PART 1: CHOOSING THE RIGHT POTATOES FOR SUCCESSFUL HARVESTING.
Growing potatoes will take several parts. I am going to start now so you are ready to plant them later this year. I don’t want to make it boring and make one post about the entire procedure of growing them. It would require a lot of reading. So let’s make it fun.
Potatoes are very easy to grow at home. You just need to learn few things that will facilitate growth, quality, and quantity. If you follow these steps you will find yourself with beauties and delicious potatoes to satisfy yourself and your family and friends’ palate. First of all, you have to choose the right potato to plant. I know that in the US, some home gardeners order expensive potatoes from companies that “guarantee” you’ll grow tons of them.
Here in Mexico, I just go to my vegetable market plaza, where they sell only products that are completely natural, that have no wax, no additives, no root killers have been added, and the price is very affordable, not expensive at all, and high quality. I choose the potatoes that have eyes. These potatoes are known as seed potatoes.
The eyes are what sprout and form new tubers underground and eventually, after 4-5 months depending on the hardiness zone area you live in the world (LOOK BELOW THE POST TO KNOW YOUR ZONE -very important), you will dig out wonderful potatoes of your own. Okay, are you ready now to choose your potatoes?
PLANT HARDINESS ZONE WORLDWIDE
This is a good one by Audrey Hepburn
Small and persistent steps, always, in every path we take. Success is guaranteed
We are responsible for our success. And it feels wonderful when you can live it!
Hard and difficult to accomplish is more exciting. Easy is boring.
Happy healthy fast and low-cost cooking!
- 2 zucchini
- 1 eggplant
- 2 peppers
- Sprinkle breadcrumbs 40 gm 1/2 cup
- 1/2 cup parmesan 40 gm
- 3 cloves of garlic
- Olive oil
- 5 tomatoes
- Parmesan cheese