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This is a really good deal as Carol Klein the gardener knows about vegetables and this book may appeal to those with allotments etc.....
'Carol Klein, considers every stage in the process - from harvesting through storing to cooking. In the first chapter, on gardening, she demonstrates how and when to harvest each plant to get the best flavor while encouraging growth for next year (for instance, use a small fork when unearthing your roots and you'll protect the worms who will give you great soil for next year; leave onions on the soil to dry out before transporting them into the house for storage).This is followed by four seasonal chapters, each covering approx 10 veg, leaves, and herbs. For each food, she details all the parts of the plant you can eat, how to cook the food when its young, how to cook older specimens, and how to store it (usually on the plant or in the soil), enabling you to enjoy all sorts of ingredients you could never find in a shop. Plus there are over 80 fresh and easy recipes, enabling you to make the most of your seasonal produce. '
The above is a quotation from the Amazon site where it is on sale for £8.99..

Usually £16.99.

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I was just about to post this too! Great price.
She can grow but can she cook?
didnt know calvin had a sister:-D
The smuggest woman on television, I'll have some of what she's taking!
Cook your own veg? I already do that.

1. Go to supermarket, purchase veg, thus attaining ownership of said veg.
2. Cook it.

It's now mine, therefore I've cooked me own veg, what's the big deal? What next, "Eat your own meat?"

cock your own veg?

I can tell you all how to do it.

you need:

a knife
a frying pan
some oil
and some............veg

oh wait I've missed something out.... mmmm
out of stock
out of stock

Then grow some vegetables and make your own! :whistling:

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