Está lechuga Simpson es la prueba de la efectividad y calidad de nuestras semillas, de las cuales algunas de ellas cayeron en estas bolsas forestales al ser cosechadas, y sin ningún tipo de cuidado en especial lograron germinar.
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Meet PavanKumar @pkr_greens_and_consultants from Chennai, India 🇮🇳 "I had a terrace garden since I was in grade 12. Over the years, I became passionate about gardening and growing food. In 2016, I finished my undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering and started an internship at an automotive company. However, my mind was on something else. I quit the company within three months of joining to establish a social start-up and turn my passion into a profession.
We help people grow their own vegetables by setting up their terrace gardens. We also create awareness and influence people by conducting gardening workshops in residential complexes, offices, clubs, schools and colleges. Our primary focus is on schools. We want children to learn where their food comes from.
We have slowly grown into a team of 15 people. In 9 months, we have installed over 300 terrace gardens and done several workshops. Part of our earnings go back to the society in the form of free saplings.
We introduced people to a unique concept of giving plants as return gifts. There is so much waste being generated today due to ostentatious material things that people buy for return gifts. We hope that we will be able to change this practice and influence others to make better choices. Recently we had an opportunity to provide 3000 plants for an Inspector General's daughter's wedding reception and the gift was truly appreciated by all guests.
I spend significant time learning organic farming practices. I grow most plants from seedlings in my home garden. So far I have saved seeds for 15 types of heirloom eggplants, 3 types of bitter gourd and 4 types of okra. I have also started collecting rare seeds from other people to multiply them in my garden and preserve them for future.
I am only 23 with not much insight into the business world neither do I have the network. In the past 9 months we have tried our best to reach every corner of the city. It has not been an easy ride. Even though our goal is to use business to drive social and environmental impact, we have to work hard to create awareness. But I am very happy pursuing my passion and contributing in my own way to a better society."
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Dreaming of this spicy shrimp pasta bowl as I dive into a dinner made from the contents of my freezer tonight 😬. I pre-trip cleaned-out-the-fridge a little *too* well, meaning almost all of this week’s groceries were finished a full 24 hours before I leave (oops). Shared what I’m really eating in my stories (TJ’s spinach & kale bites coming in clutch! 🙏), but THIS is what I wish I was eating 😃👆🏻.
My current favorite 15-minute pasta bowl 🍤: @eatbanza chickpea rotini tossed with olive oil, basil, and parmesan cheese •• spicy garlic shrimp (season shrimp with @primalpalate cajun seasoning + paprika, then sauté in garlic ghee until pink and slightly brown) •• sautéed garlicky spinach with red pepper & parmesan 🍃🌶.
It’s been pouring in DC all day, so I’m looking forward to escaping it for some California sunshine tomorrow 🙆♀️☀️ Hope you all had a happy Tuesday! 😘
How your fridge looks like? For today's #tuesdaytipsfromtheheart I'll share 3 things I use to keep my fridge organized!
1. Produce bags I take with me to the grocery store. Not only saves me from using plastic but keeps my vegetables fresh longer! (shop through my favorite products list! Link in profile). °
2. Glass containers to save chopped up veggies and fruits, veggies prep and leftovers.
3. Recycled jars from condiments or drinks (mason jars too!) to save sauces, nut milks and nuts!
As much as I try to reduce my plastic consumption there is still some veggies and fruits that are difficult to find without plastic like grapes, spinach and berries. Check my story or ♻️💕 highlighted story to join the petition to make stores in the US reduce plastic!
---------------------------------------------------------------------Como se ve tu nevera!? Hot te comparto 3 cosas que uso para organizar los alimentos en la nevera!
1.Bolsas de tela reusables para frutas y verduras. Las llevo conmigo al supermercado y así evitó usar bolsas de plástico. Además duran mucho más que cuando se dejan en la bolsa de plástico. Las que uso están en el link de productos preferidos en mi perfil. °
2. Contenedores de plástico para guardar vegetales y frutas picadas listas para comer, veggies prep y sobraditos. °
2. Envases de vidrio de embutidos o bebidas que reciclo para guardar mis salsas, leches de nuez, y nueces!
Por mucho que trato de evitar comprar cosas empacadas en plástico es difícil encontrar ciertas cosas como uvas, fresas y espinaca sin plástico. Por eso si vives en USA puedes ayudar mandando una petición a ciertos supermercados. El Link está en mis historiales o historiales destacados ♻️💕. •
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Really loved these quinoa fritters. some snobs says sunbasket isn’t real cooking. I’m not sure what they’re talking about. Sunbasket sources ethical ingredients without waste, and helps recipe planning... other than that I’d say the recipes are as difficult as any recipe I’ve ever cooked!!! Thank you @sunbasket! Please make more vegan recipes! (I added the potatoes for my hard run tomorrow & wine because I’m a mom!) #PlantBased#RunOnPlants#PlantBasedAthlete#plantpowered
How do you like your eggs🍳?↩🤔
Let me know in the comment section below. ⬇😊❤
Eggs🍳 are nutrient powerhouses💪, a real superfood ⚡,️ they are a versatile ingredient. I think that most cooks should learn a few methods of how to showcase eggs🍳. Having a repertoire of egg🍳 recipes is one of the best cooking skills to have.
There are endless combos. They are versatile and also easy to cook. They can also be used for pancakes or cakes too but does not really count.
They are also other eggs🍳 out there such as duck eggs🍳 which are more nutrient rich than hens.
I try to rotate eggs🍳 every other or third day so that I do not create any potential food sensitivity. This keeps my immune system in check.
My preferred method is poached eggs🍳 when I have the time. When I am short on time I go for fried or soft boiled.
I always opt for free range/pasture raised.
I prefer to cook mine in a cast iron pan oppose to Teflon or Aluminium pans.
The main nutrients are in the yolk. So try to aim for a soft to medium set yolk. High best also damages the nutrients so cook on a low medium heat setting.
Have a great weekend!😊❤
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Seared garlic ghee scallops and cheesy cauliflower mash - one of my favorite 20-minute dinners (I promise that’s all it takes!) made entirely from Trader Joe’s ingredients 🙌🏻 I went out for an impromptu #sushisunday dinner tonight (pics will be in my stories soon 📷🍣 ), so giving this plate another moment in the spotlight tonight 👋🏻🌟.
#whatsonmyplate: seared garlic ghee scallops (heat @fourthandheart garlic ghee in a pan for a minute, add sea salt-seasoned scallops and sear for 2-3 minutes per side) •• @traderjoes cauliflower mash (this can found in the freezer aisle at Trader Joe’s; prepared according to package directions + 2 tbsp. parmesan cheese stirred in halfway through cooking) •• sautéed garlicky spinach w/ parmesan cheese🍃•• pan-blistered tomatoes 🍅.
I asked this question in my stories today, but in case you missed it, here it is again: If you *had* to choose only one grocery store to shop at, which would it be? 🛒 (My answer: Whole Foods, but only because it offers more produce and product variety than Trader Joe’s. I’d go through TJ’s withdrawals if I didn’t have access to it!).
Hope you all had a wonderful weekend ❤️😘
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Anybody still have strawberries in season? I’m wishing we did because I could really go for this strawberry shortcake parfait right now, and it’s just not the same without our local, in-season strawberries. I admit, TN has made me a strawberry snob because I’m convinced that there are just none better. This grain-free, refined sugar-free shortcake is on the blog! Click the link in my profile!
🇺🇸 Grilled Chicken, Quinoa & Greens 🍃 I wasn’t home for dinner last night so I’m sharing with you a meal from a couple of days ago 😋 This bowl + a drizzle of olive oil on top and I’m a happy man 😏 Happy Sunday guys!
🇫🇷 Poulet Grillé, Quinoa & Légumes Verts 🍃 Dîner préparé il y a quelques jours en rentrant du boulot 😉 Bonne soirée à tous !
Details 👉 grilled roast chicken (cooked with @terradelyssa_fr olive oil + thyme for a few minutes on each side) + @naturalia_magasins_bio white quinoa + @picardsurgeles steamed garden peas, green peas and broccoli + a touch of olive oil