My thoughts on food today

What happened to the old days where you would rotate your crops from year to year, eat food you could grow yourself in the country you live in and having fruit and vegetables only when they were in season? Today when you walk down the isle of any supermarket, certainly in England, you can buy ANY fruit and vegetables at ANY time throughout the year.

What occurred to the old days where you would turn your crops from year to year, consume food you could grow yourself in the nation you live in and having fruit and vegetables just when they were in season? Today when you stroll down the island of any supermarket, certainly in England, you can purchase ANY fruit and vegetables at ANY time throughout the year. Apricot season is from December and we have cut in half of a great big apricot tree from next door, hanging over to our side of the home. It was incredible to simply step out of our back door and having all these great fruits on our doorstep.Imagine just having to step outside to discover the required active ingredients to bake a great tasting conventional South African dessert like”malva” pudding.Make the best of what you have, attempt and consume fruits and vegetables that are in season and live healthy.

What happened to the old days where you would turn your crops from year to year, eat food you could grow yourself in the country you live in and having fruit and veggies just when they were in season? Today when you walk down the island of any grocery store, definitely in England, you can buy ANY fruit and veggies at ANY time throughout the year. It was amazing to simply step out of our back door and having all these great fruits on our doorstep.Imagine just having to step outdoors to discover the needed components to bake a great tasting traditional South African dessert like”malva” pudding.Make the finest of what you have, try and eat fruits and vegetables that are in season and live healthy.

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