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Fresh Vegetables

October 5, 2011

Last week, my mom visited a garden called Veggie U. Veggie U is part of a larger organization called Chef’s Garden and specifically has programs that allow students to grow vegetables in their classroom as part of their school experience. Each classroom gets a box of vegetables grown in the Chef’s Garden to see what can be grown on a farm, and my mom was given a box to bring home with her.

When we opened it, I couldn’t believe the colors inside. There were vegetables that I had never seen before, and didn’t even know existed. Different color beats, white beans that had purple lines through the pods, white carrots, etc.

Here are some of the pictures of the vegetable contents. Enjoy!

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  1. October 23, 2011 12:36 am

    Your photos are making me wish that there were more than a few short weeks left to my local farmer’s market. The bounty of farm fresh produce is nearly to an end, only to be revisited in photos such as these, until the frosty bounds of winter give way to a freshening spring…

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