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Sunday, September 27, 2015

WEEKLY HARVEST : LATE SEPTEMBER 2015

Not too much... but so various veggies can provide healthy products for my family.
A bunch of mustard flowers, great to be stir fried.


Green eggplants to be eaten raw with Sambal (ground chili sauce).


Lots of Ranti's (Solanum nigrum) young leaves and shoots for clear soup.


Red hot peppers, green beans and pare/bitter gourds.


Some of bitter gourds have over ripening, so it could be a great seed source.
Lots of edible weeds as a bonus when I did weeding several days ago.


Some yellow cherry tomatoes have ripen, so fresh and tasty.


Lots of Ranti berries (Solanum nigrum), an old fashion fruit.


The last from red bean patch, seeds for the next planting.


Thanks GOD for the bless...


18 comments:

  1. You have a great assortment there. We have those yellow tomatoes. My boys sure love them.

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    1. Thank you, Lisa. Of course, yellow tomatoes are really tasty.

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  2. A good variety of things there, you can't beat home grown veggies.

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  3. I will have to remember about the mustard flowers for next spring here, sounds good.

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    1. I think you can check it up, I hope we have the same kind of mustard.

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  4. Same pyszności i w dodatku bardzo zdrowe!
    Serdecznie pozdrawiam.

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  5. A nice variety to eat, but I did not know you can eat Solanum berries, I always thought they were poisenous. There are of course many Solanums but Solanum nigrum looks like our Solanum weed which is poisenous.

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    1. Thanks, Janneke. I'm not sure, we have the same Solanum nigrum.

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  6. I love that you leave some seeds for the next planting, Endah. I do the same, now I left bean, peas and monarda seeds for the next year.

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    1. That's a cheap way to get seeds for the next growing season.

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  7. Interesting post! One day I must try Solanum nigrum fruits :-)

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    1. Thank you, Stephanie. I think you should try it.

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  8. Very good traditional vegetable harvest! Is solanum nigrum fruits edible?

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    1. Thank you, Malar. Of course, we often ate those fruits on the way home when I still a child girl

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  9. Also I have such bonuses;) :) I really like to eat all the weeds :)

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    1. I think you should try it. The taste is so interesting

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