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  • Kyra Xavia

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Yay for the nutrient dense wholesomeness of “stressed” or challenged, fresh superfood.

  • Adrienne

    I grew up on a strawberry farm, we all knew that the best strawberries had been bird pecked, we would cut off the area the bird had enjoyed and we ate what remained. Those wily birds knew what they were about!
    They were generally made into strawberry jam or shortcake (not the birds lol) or any other inventions that our Mother came up with.
    We ate the misshapen and imperfects of veges that our Father grew. Generally the attitude was that nothing was to wasted.

    • Sounds wonderful Adrienne, thanks for sharing this with us.