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  1. New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone! I'm Amy, and I'm currently venturing into vegetarianism for I think the third time. The first was 9 years ago when I visited a veggie friend in San Francisco. The second was last year, when I was vegetarian from about Easter to Thanksgiving. I just went back to it a few weeks ago...
  2. Frugal Living
    I feel very fortunate to be in part of the US that is receiving ample rainfall. In parts of the country, such as California, are experiencing drought for months. On June 1st, urban water users in California, had to abide by the state's first ever mandatory water restrictions, by reducing...
  3. Growing Your Own Veggies
    I've been vegan for about four months and I'm starting to plan a veganic herb/veg. garden. The problem is, I went and bought an organic soil mix at the store and I just stupidly noticed that it contains cow manure and poultry. I bought 6 of them and they're still sitting in the car. My family...
  4. Growing Your Own Veggies
    Ice Cream banana Paw paw Cold Hardy Chicago Fig Cold Hardy Kiwi Goumi Jostaberry .....For Complete list with pictures and detailed information on growing Cold Hardy Fruit trees go to: List of Uncommon Cold Hardy Fruit Trees (Gardening Zones 3-7). -Cassie K, Vegans Living Off the Land
  5. Growing Your Own Veggies
    1. Hoe soil into short, wide rows for root vegetables and greens. The wide rows appeals to crowding greens and root veggies and allow for wide walking paths (like I have done in the picture below). The "crowding" method seems to prohibit weeds from growing. Also Short rows have also been...
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