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    gp305
    Thu Mar 14, 2013 1:30 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I am writing an ebook about backyard edible gardening and would like to include recipes for the vegetables we grow. They don't necessarily have to be vegetarian. If you would like to contribute I will gladly give you a credit.
    Please email me your suggestions. Thanks!


    Last edited by gp305 on Fri Mar 15, 2013 4:15 pm, edited 1 time in total
    pinky kookie
    Fri Mar 15, 2013 3:50 pm
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    Chef gp305,
    It is not a good idea to post your private e-mail address here in the forums because of the unwanted spam that you could receive there, so it is better for you to delete it from here by clicking the "Edit" word under your message, then highlight and cut it out, ok?.

    I found this interesting websites for you by just writing what you want in the browser's blank space, and here they are:

    VEGETABLE GARDEN PLANNING FOR BEGINNERS -
    http://www.almanac.com/vegetable-garden-planning-for-beginners

    Suggested Plants for 11 Rows
    The vegetables suggested below are common, productive plants but you'll also want to contract your local cooperative extension to determine what plants grow best in your local area. Think about what you like to eat as well as what's difficult to find in a grocery store or farmers' market.

    (Note: Link from each vegetable to a free planting and growing guide.)

    Just click each vegetable name and you will find the recipes by going down the page:

    Tomatoes—5 plants staked
    Zucchini squash—4 plants
    Peppers—6 plants
    Cabbage
    Bush beans
    Lettuce, leaf and/or Bibb
    Beets
    Carrots
    Chard
    Radishes
    Marigolds to discourage rabbits!

    (Note: If this garden is too large for your needs, you do not have to plant all 11 rows, and you can also make the rows shorter. You can choose the veggies that you'd like to grow!)

    BACKYARD VEGETABLE GARDEN TIPS -
    http://eartheasy.com/grow_backyard_vegetable_garden_02.html

    HOW TO GROW THE BEST FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN THE BACKYARD GARDEN - TIPS & RECIPES -
    Growing Great Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits & Berries in the Home Garden.
    By Marie Iannotti, About.com Guide -
    http://gardening.about.com/od/vegetablepatch/u/Vegetables.--M5.htm#s1
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