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ACCIDENT on the 4th of JULY!

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5 Plants You Can Still Grow in Late July

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Top 10 Crops To Plant In Late July

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WHAT WE EAT IN A WEEK | FAMILY EVENING MEALS | JULY 2019

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WHAT I EAT IN A DAY JULY 2020

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WHAT WE EAT IN A WEEK | 5 FAMILY MEAL IDEAS | JULY 2020

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Joey Chestnut eats 71 hot dogs to win Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest for 12th time | ESPN

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Top 10 Crops To Plant In Late July

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5 Plants You Can Still Grow in Late July

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5 Foods to NEVER Eat

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WHAT WE EAT IN A WEEK | FAMILY EVENING MEALS | JULY 2019

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WHAT I EAT IN A DAY JULY 2020

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WHAT WE EAT IN A WEEK | 5 FAMILY MEAL IDEAS | JULY 2020

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5 Things to Eat in July. by Amy Machnak. July 1, 2017. 19 Comments. Share it: July marks the beginning of the peak summer-to-fall harvest season.

It’s a prime opportunity to get the most iconic of summer foods at their very best. Here are our top-five picks to add to your shopping basket this month. Eating more fresh fruits and vegetables is. Also in season in July: blackberries ( Brombeeren ), broad beans ( Dicke Bohnen ) cherries ( Kirschen), green beans ( Bohnen ), peas (Erbsen), radishes (Radieschen), raspberries (Himbeeren) and redcurrants (Johannisbeeren). About.

Press. Freelance Work. 5 Things We’re Excited to Eat and Drink This July.

By Alyssa Quirico July 7, 2020 July 20, 2020. Mini doughnut milkshakes, fried plantains and half-price bottles of wine are on our radar this month. Mini Doughnut Milkshake from Boogie’s Burgers. View this post on Instagram. Hello, July. This month, I’m bringing you five delicious things to eat or drink that really just bring comfort. Things are hard right now, and a therapist friend of mine said that now’s the time to lean on our coping mechanism to cope with all that’s happening.

So, let’s eat and drink our feelings this month. 5 Things To Eat And Drink In July. by Nolan Schmidt Jul 3, 2019, 11:00 am. 33. SHARES.

Share Tweet. Photos By Hillary Ehlen. Welcome to July, Fargo! We got the drinks and eats for you to attack as summer rolls along.

5. More Cider & Perfectly Grilled Foods. We mentioned that Howells & Hood has a great selection of ciders on their menu, and they will be showing off a few rare options at their first Midsummer BBQ Cider Dinner on July 23rd.The dinner will kick-off with an exclusive firkin tapping by Vander Mill Ciders, and then you will spend a few hours of a gorgeous summer evening on the patio, learning. 5 Things You Need to Eat and Drink in July.

Pie, wine and a twist on a bahn mi that involves a Hawaiian doughnut. BY: Chelsea Lin | Updated: November 27, 2018. 5 things. summer food events. july 4. food festivals. a la mode. super six. Image Credit: Bramling Cross. Bramling’s Cross’ beautifully blended burger.

5 Things to Eat and Drink This Week: June 30–July 6 06/30/2020 By Lauren Carlos 921 SW Washington Street, Suite 750 Portland, OR 97205 Phone: 503-222-5144 • Fax: 503-227-8777. On July 7 and 21, swing by 11 a.m.-5 p.m. to eat grilled dishes and lobster rolls, accompanied by slushies and bottles of rosé. Take in the state’s largest distillery fest.

There are plenty of opportunities to party this summer, but this is a good one: Proof is returning to Fremont Studios on July 13 (from 5:30 p.m.-9 p.m.), with dozens of. The Weekly Grub: 5 Things To Eat And Drink In Singapore This Week PUBLISHED July 29th, 2020 06:00 am | UPDATED August 3rd, 2020 11:21 am Facebook Tweet Pin Email LinkedIn.

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• Harvest Festival, Ampoiţa, Alba, July: Tourists are invited to taste the dishes presented at the gourmet competition, but also the traditional products specific to the area – pies, plum brandy, jam, pickles all prepared by the locals.

“New Trends and Opportunities for Central and Eastern European Tourism” by Nistoreanu, Puiu
from New Trends and Opportunities for Central and Eastern European Tourism
by Nistoreanu, Puiu
IGI Global, 2019

SUMMER GROCERY LIST (July–October) • Eat more foods that are Sweet, Bitter, Astringent / Cool, Heavy, Oily: Such as salads, smoothies, and fresh fruit.

“Eat Wheat: A Scientific and Clinically-Proven Approach to Safely Bringing Wheat and Dairy Back Into Your Diet” by John Douillard
from Eat Wheat: A Scientific and Clinically-Proven Approach to Safely Bringing Wheat and Dairy Back Into Your Diet
by John Douillard
Morgan James Publishing, 2016

Popular grilled items include bat, poultry, pork, tofu, fish, and quail eggs, and such vegetables as okra, mushrooms, zucchini, lotus root, garlic, and potatoes.

“Street Food around the World: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture” by Bruce Kraig, Colleen Taylor Sen Ph.D.
from Street Food around the World: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture
by Bruce Kraig, Colleen Taylor Sen Ph.D.
ABC-CLIO, 2013

salad.foods..These.are.foods.generally.associated.with.“summer.sickness”. caused.by.improperly.prepared.and.stored.egg,.chicken,.or.turkey.salads.

“New Food Product Development: From Concept to Marketplace, Third Edition” by Gordon W. Fuller
from New Food Product Development: From Concept to Marketplace, Third Edition
by Gordon W. Fuller
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• Associated Foods: Salads (potato, tuna, shrimp, macaroni, and chicken), raw vegetables, milk and dairy products, and poultry.

“Essentials of Environmental Health” by Robert H. Friis
from Essentials of Environmental Health
by Robert H. Friis
Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, 2006

Freely eat all of the 15 least toxic fruits and vegetables (onions, avocado, sweet corn, pineapples, mango, asparagus, sweet peas, kiwi fruit, cabbage, eggplant, cantaloupe, watermelon, grapefruit, sweet potato, honeydew melon).

“Textbook of Natural Medicine E-Book” by Joseph E. Pizzorno, Michael T. Murray
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Avoid food hazards: hot dogs, candies, nuts, grapes, raw peas, beans, popcorn, and marshmallows e.

“Pass Cen!” by Robin Donohoe Dennison, Jill Suzette Johnson, Meg Blair
from Pass Cen!
by Robin Donohoe Dennison, Jill Suzette Johnson, Meg Blair
Elsevier Health Sciences Division, 2010

If you eat meat, a steakhouse is usually a safe bet because you’ll be able to get all three of those things.

“Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin and Free” by Susan Peirce Thompson, PHD, John Robbins
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by Susan Peirce Thompson, PHD, John Robbins
Hay House, 2017

I have tried to keep my list focused more on the foods of Upstate New York.

“A Taste of Upstate New York: The People and the Stories Behind 40 Food Favorites” by Chuck D'imperio
from A Taste of Upstate New York: The People and the Stories Behind 40 Food Favorites
by Chuck D’imperio
Syracuse University Press, 2015

A favourite of economyminded expats, this Masakan Padang-style place is a bargain, with a good range of ready-cooked foods from which to assemble your Rp5000 meal, including deep-fried tahu, curried eggs, tempeh chips, corn fritters and chilli-spiked water spinach.

“The Rough Guide to Bali and Lombok” by Lesley Reader, Lucy Ridout
from The Rough Guide to Bali and Lombok
by Lesley Reader, Lucy Ridout
Rough Guides, 2002

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  • I love these videos! Please keep doing them. We’re having risotto for dinner tonight. Also no fajitas?? �� I think I might copy the chilli pasta and lentil curry. They both looked yummy ��

  • I mean… What’s going on….. You didn’t have fajitas on Saturday? Not gonna lie but that’s set my weekend back a bit… You OK hun? ��

  • Love the tuna steak meal they’re going on my list for next week with that yimmy marinade! I love risotto too chicken & mushroom is lovely using leftover chicken from a Sunday roast. ��

  • Your comment at the start of Monday made me laugh. When you said, ‘Sorry about my appearance’, I thought you were going to continue, ‘I just don’t care’. That’s literally me most days ��

    Always enjoy these videos, Katie. I’m really lacking meal planning motivation right now ����‍♀️

  • Thank you very much for the tips. Now, let me just add: Dude! The poor flowers over your shoulder!! Water!! Look into it! If those things could speak they’d cry out for water, trimming and losing those dead leaves. I’m going to go get water now……cause I’m traumatized….;)

  • How do your metal raised beds do in the summer heat? We live in the CA high desert and I need raised beds materials that can withstand th weatheringbut I don’t want my plants cooked.

  • You actually got it right both times with Knorr, it’s a German brand where it’s pronounced K-norr and here in the UK you don’t pronounce the K!

  • The lentil curry looks really good! Going to try it next weekend:) also great to see what other people have for meals as I always make the same things and get bored x

  • Always love these videos Katie! Please never apologise for your appearance in videos because a) you’re in your own home, so you can look how you want and b) you always look beautiful regardless! It’s winter here and cold and wet this week, so we’re having Chicken, leek and mushroom pie with mash and roasted greens, spaghetti bolognese with hidden veg and garlic bread, and tomato, zucchini and tuna risotto with roasted greens ��

  • I love how real and down to earth your meals are. That’s how most people eat none of this elaborate recipe every night bulls*it ��

  • Your kids look really good with eating. My two are really fussy and ask for pasta and cheese every day at the moment. It’s nice how they eat what you eat. Also does Wren like something one day and then the next he doesn’t? My little boy loves carrots and then the next day he acts like he doesn’t like them again. x

  • She works for a very cool gardening business! She has a lot of positive spunk! My garden is planted and we are getting a pretty good harvest. I found three small watermelons today out in my garden, they’re Sugar baby bush. I am inspired to replant some beans for a fall harvest, I think our beans are done out there, so time to plant some fresh seeds! I am also going to plant some more sunflower seeds, I have a ton of them from last year. The deer ate a lot of my sunflowers, but some are left. My pumpkin patch looks pretty good. Lots of different types of gourds, too. The tomatoes plants are getting big and we are eating most of them raw right now. We are eating the cucumbers, too. The corn I grow is the decorative, colorful, “Indian” corn that I put into fall wreaths and make into centerpieces and hang them as threesomes for good luck all around the farm. I MIGHT grow some more zucchini. The deer ate up some of them, we got some zucchini, but if it’s not too late, then I will! Thanks for the late July encouragement. Never give up, never give in, keep planting and harvesting, and good luck out there!

  • I actually don’t mind cold veg on fajitas. I prefer them cooked when I want something hearty and a bit more comforting, but I don’t mind them raw/cold on occasion. Also, that risotto looks yummy and I just realised I have everything in to make that too so I might have to do that at some point this week. I don’t generally meal plan. I had a fajita pasta bake tonight though which was yummy and tomorrow I know we’ll be having Gammon. Beyond that, I have no idea. haha. Love your videos though. there’s always at least one of your meals I want to make.

  • I actually prefer my fajitas with raw veggies too we do cucumber and tomato, with shredded cheese, sour cream, and some of the marinade sauce.

  • These look yum! Especially the stir fry. Some of my meals this week:
    -Fake away kebabs and salad in pitta
    -Fish korma with rice and naan
    -Prawn stir fry noodles
    -Homemade cheeseburgers and wedges
    -Kedgeree

    And I think I might try your fajitas too, with crunchy salad ����

  • God I love your editing skills! You are one of the few people who really know HOW to edit and doesn’t source your footage out for someone else to do. I was editing our meals in a week video and I feel like scrapping it all together, looks nowhere near nicely filmed as yours. By the way, do you have a PO Box? I would love to send you a packet of what we traditionally use in Greece instead of risoto rice, it’s called tra-ha-nas. I’m a massive fan of tuna steaks, tried them for the first time when I moved to this country almost a decade ago and to this day they are one of my most favourite dishes!

  • Hey ��, does anyone know where in the world Epic Gardening is located? As in what season is meant by July/Aug. Most channels leave this info out (although it is usually referring to US/ UK seasons. Sorry if I have missed this info somewhere! For instance, I live in the Perth hills, Western Australia ���� so June, July, & Aug are Winter ❄️ months:)

  • How do you get those you mentioned in video,
    Never seen that type of cilantro and the produce section or in the put us market or baysal dragging tongue I’ve never seen major watermelon either work in I get some of each to grow

  • great video! will definitely try these in such a food rut thanks for explaining how to cook them too I’m useless without instructions!

  • I just planted some bell peppers, tomatoes and carrots just for fun. I’ll have a video up soon and keep everyone posted on how they grow. I have put NO expectations on them growing so if anything comes up it will be a nice surprise.

  • So technically this is paella and not risotto but i’m pretty sure you could do it with risotto rice too. It’s a Tesco recipe I found with courgette, frozen peas, asparagus and broad beans. I took out the broad beans and swapped it for green peas and then added broccoli too and it was really good https://realfood.tesco.com/recipes/summer-greens-paella.html

  • AWESOME! I just found out about growing a garden in totes sitting on chairs. I planted almost everything you talked about!!! I wasn’t sure if they would grow to fruition but now I have hope! Now to go find Sugar Baby watermelon seeds.��
    Thank you so much for all this terrific info right on time. By the way your complexion is glorious.
    Love from Ms Pat in southern Indiana ��
    PS What about beets and pumpkins?

  • Hoping to get back to gardening. Just subscribed. You know your seeds. I’ll look to see if you also do soil preparation and plant care. If not I’ll get ideas on different crops

  • You actually got it right both times with Knorr, it’s a German brand where it’s pronounced K-norr and here in the UK you don’t pronounce the K!

  • Two questions.
    1. Do you have any idea if people who don’t like cilantro find papalo a good alternative? (I’ve not heard of it before, and initial googling hasn’t found anything.)

    2. When you talk about timing for planting, do you have any idea how similar the DFW area (Arlington) Texas is to where you are? (I.e. does it make sense for us to do the same things in July?)

  • Lots of lovely meal idea Kate definitely trying the Risotto. I’m also in the transition of getting our toddler to eat more of our family meals without having to hide all the vegetables ����

  • If you add a bit of coconut cream (when you buy coconut milk in a can, it’s the top of it) to your lentil curry it will taste delicious, I promise. Sometimes I also add some spinach to the lentil curry, the mix of that with the rice is sooooo good!
    Like the other comments below I thought “they’re not having fajitas on a saturday???”
    The tortilla wraps as pizza base is genius!

  • Your head seems perfectly sized to the rest of you….I get the scars though… young people can be especially cruel…I experienced that myself. I appreciate this video… new raised beds gardener this year and I was itching to plant more but thought it was too late for anything! Thank you!!!

  • What about meat? And I hate that different foods are recommended for a gym lifestyle like having lots of protein, etc. and different foods for a yogic lifestyle. What’s a man gotta do to stay in shape AND raise his level of consciousness?

  • I’ve been gardening (and studying horticulture) for 60+ years and learned something from the first few minutes of your video. So very informative! Thank you! I will subscribe and watch!

  • Love the picky pasta. We’re staying in a caravan from Friday so might try that one with the children one night so simple love it x

  • great video! will definitely try these in such a food rut thanks for explaining how to cook them too I’m useless without instructions!

  • Great ideas and love how much veggies your kids eat! Mine can be so fussy and i have to cut some of them very small to try and disguise them lol

  • The lentil curry looks really good! Going to try it next weekend:) also great to see what other people have for meals as I always make the same things and get bored x

  • I actually don’t mind cold veg on fajitas. I prefer them cooked when I want something hearty and a bit more comforting, but I don’t mind them raw/cold on occasion. Also, that risotto looks yummy and I just realised I have everything in to make that too so I might have to do that at some point this week. I don’t generally meal plan. I had a fajita pasta bake tonight though which was yummy and tomorrow I know we’ll be having Gammon. Beyond that, I have no idea. haha. Love your videos though. there’s always at least one of your meals I want to make.

  • Thank you! After a tropical storm and a lot of subsequent rain, my raised beds were a disaster…rotted squash and zucchini, dead tomatoes. I was wondering what to use to replant them, so this helps tremendously. I’m in Zone 9.

  • I am container growing on a balcony with a combination of more shady conditions and not too many pollinators, will radishes and lettuce work in late July or early August?

  • They looks so nice, this week I’m making
    Bobotie, chicken makhini, spaghetti bolagnase,
    Mushroom pasanda, cheesy sausage and broccoli spaghetti and chicken pasta bake xx

  • Such a great video, Katie!
    On my meal plan this week I’ve been doing Vegetarian Thursdays since I’m the only veggie in the house and I’m definitely going to try out the delicious looking lentil curry. Im also doing chickpea burgers and cauliflower burrito bowls. Thanks again for another great video, I love that all your recipes are child friendly ����

  • Thanks for the vlog of your evening meals Katie. I really enjoy seeing what you’re having for dinner am going to try the lentil curry (like you & your husband I also love naan bread!).

  • I think they were just jelly! Right before I pressed play on this video.. I saw your face and stopped to get the info.. primarily because you have such a perfect face, so I figured, I definitely have 4:20 to watch and listen to anything you say, even tho I’m trying to go to my preferred yoga videos rn lol You are knowledgeable and handsome af, just fyi, n coming from a critical ear and eye. Your videos are top notch, it’s not just cuz you’re soft on the eyes that I watch them 😉 Kudos! Btw, didn’t even notice your head size, but you know what they say about big heads �� high school haterade, no doubt!

  • I really love your meals for the week videos! So many great recipes there that I want to try with my kids& I love that u cook veggie food! Thankyou xx

  • So technically this is paella and not risotto but i’m pretty sure you could do it with risotto rice too. It’s a Tesco recipe I found with courgette, frozen peas, asparagus and broad beans. I took out the broad beans and swapped it for green peas and then added broccoli too and it was really good https://realfood.tesco.com/recipes/summer-greens-paella.html

  • I am feeling inspired after watching thanks. I feel like we have got stuck in a rut with our meals recently. Definatley going to try the lentil curry and Kale and Butter Bean stew. x

  • Thanks, here’s another.
    Turnips, for greens and/or turnips. “Scarlet Ohno Revival” has done very good(fall planting only) here in a raised bed. I give away more than I keep. Better than Purple Top to me(and others). Sow in mid-August for Zone 7b but end of July where the first frost is mid-October. Let the leaves get frosted but get/dig the turnips before a hard freeze.
    Edit: I’ll add that my neighbor who cooks turnips, previously Purple Top, every year for, idunno, 30 years or so, says the OHNO cook fast, much faster than the P.T. and are never woody. He likes ’em big so I let some get 4″ or 5″ for him and I was surprised cuz at that size I would expect at least balsa wood, ��. I pick’em smaller for me. Not a real big turnip fan, but I eat what I grow, or give to somebody who will. /edit.

    Are the Dragon Tongue bush or pole beans?

    The “Sugar Baby” that I grew is a small “ditch melon” almost as many seeds as flesh. Tastes very good but too many seeds for me. Maybe “Sugar Baby Bush” is better?

  • Thanks for the vlog of your evening meals Katie. I really enjoy seeing what you’re having for dinner am going to try the lentil curry (like you & your husband I also love naan bread!).

  • Lovely mr. Epic, where can we find Papalo, or apple seeds? We’ve been asking our local nurses and nope! Please advise. and….. congratulations on your home!:-)

  • He just inhales them, jesus. Are you telling me he doesnt follow the rule our mothers teach us, to chew 42 times before swallowing?

  • Thank you for being an inspiration to me being a new gardener! I was going to give up planting since I’ve always felt that I’m trying to keep up and running behind the times of planting etc.. but what you just said about keep on trying really made me feel a lot better and…. I will keep trying and planting just to see what happens! Blessings to you!!!

  • Take pause for a sec, could you see your self taking counsel from a bruised heel wingless fallen with one eye talking about eat this �� ��. The ��archangel Gabriel aided that one eye devil from being knockout from Heavenly Places pass demisions, space and gravity then Earth wingless and would not had a leg to stand on slammed to the Earth. Our Heavenly Father called them false gods in his commandments under his laws. Our Heavenly Father created mankind in his image, have you ever seen a UfC knockout fight. Not weapons of mass destruction some one else bit that ��Azzezel not his choosen people who bit that ��.

  • Are you kidding? Bigger head bigger brain! My boys have learnt that at school very early on. You wouldn’t believe the disappointment of my older son when he found out his younger brother’s head was bigger than his.

  • Thank you! After a tropical storm and a lot of subsequent rain, my raised beds were a disaster…rotted squash and zucchini, dead tomatoes. I was wondering what to use to replant them, so this helps tremendously. I’m in Zone 9.

  • Is it too late for tomatillos in zone 6? I have one gorgeous plant with blossoms and bees, but no tomatillos. I just read that multiple plants may be required for fruit set and would like to try again.

  • I totally agree…people often ask me..”how are you so thin? You must work-out every day.”!and, “there’s no way you’re 48 years old.”….lol no I don’t work out every day. I’ve followed this advice you suggest in the video for about 27 years. It’s so interesting. I suggest folks eat to survive rather than live to eat.

    You’re the best Ralph. I’m grateful for your wisdom & support.

  • #1 Artificial Sweeteners and Enhancers
    Substitutes: dates, maple sugar, raw cane sugar, get a banana �� lol.

    #2 Margarine
    Substitutes: Coconut Oil, flaxseed oil, hemp seed oil, Avocado Oil ��

    #3 Refined Grains (white bread �� /rice) Substitutes Brown bread/rice, Quinoa, and buckwheat (which isn’t a grain).

    #4 Table Salt ��
    Substitutes: Celtic Sea Salt, Pink Himalayan Crystal Salt, Hawaiian black lava sea salt.

    #5 deep-fried foods
    Substitutes: Going into nature climbing a tree and picking a fruit lol

  • THANK YOU RALPH,I NEEDED THIS 7 DAY VEGAN CHALLENGE HERE WE COME,CAN I GET A HELLOOOOOO THERE SEE YOU WHEN IM DONE AND EATING TO LIVE❤

  • If you soak the lentils for an hour before, they taste and look a lot better, plus once you finish cooking the lentil curry fry some onions until dark brown with some cumin seeds, garlic and green chillies and pour over the cooked dal…mmm game changer!

  • Love how real these tea options are. I sometimes watch others and fail to believe anyone eats like that realistically. Can’t wait to try some of these! Hope you’re all well xxx

  • This video was a eye opener for diet drinks and what makes the body respond the way it does. Thank you. I watch your videos every chance i get.

  • This was so wonderful! I’ve been a passionate gardener for over 40 years, and yet this video gave me just the re-charge I needed to start a new set of seeds and plants for a late-season garden. I’ve got lots of your seeds that will work and ordered several of your top tens as well. Keep being awesome and thanks for all you do. ��

  • I do bush beans as well. They are “determinate”, yes? They beans showed up, I picked, and now it’s just a nice leafy plant with no bean growth. Cut it down? Pull it out? Start over with new beans?

  • Try black and red rice it’s superfood and super taste and super duper feeling of well being bro enjoy your day… the alchemists kitchen at GaiaCalls…

  • I enjoyed this video, but It would be even better if you had sources. You can put in the description links to the studies that back up what you are saying.

  • I love these videos of yours, great for getting some new recipes to mix up our family menu!

    My favourite is tomato risotto! I use the BBC Good Food recipe and I add some feta and olives too. Then halloumi for me (veggie) and chicken for the boys. Definitely worth a try

  • Infinite waters diving deep
    I have been mixing Bad food,
    Good food after I listen to your take diving deep I am going to let the bad food go! thank you for the pep talk, and encouraging words of natural nature!!! I’m going to EAT TO LIVE thank you may Jehovah God-bless you continuously in Jesus name Amen.������

  • Ooh top tip though I, when using your knife to scrape anything from a board to a pan use the back of your knife then it doesn’t blunt your knife blade x

  • Bro, you have the best hairline on YouTube and killer facial hair. Really pulls that giant head of yours together 😉 fucking high school, amiright?

  • If you add a bit of coconut cream (when you buy coconut milk in a can, it’s the top of it) to your lentil curry it will taste delicious, I promise. Sometimes I also add some spinach to the lentil curry, the mix of that with the rice is sooooo good!
    Like the other comments below I thought “they’re not having fajitas on a saturday???”
    The tortilla wraps as pizza base is genius!

  • You should do the gardening/landscaping projects on Property Brothers �� (I know you know why. I can’t be the first person to think it… Brother. ��)
    P.S. Your head is the perfect size for your body. I’m not just saying that to make you feel better, I mean it sincerely. We grow into our heads and ears lol and you grew into yours wonderfully. You are a very handsome man. Blessings.

  • Bro, you have the best hairline on YouTube and killer facial hair. Really pulls that giant head of yours together 😉 fucking high school, amiright?

  • These look yum! Especially the stir fry. Some of my meals this week:
    -Fake away kebabs and salad in pitta
    -Fish korma with rice and naan
    -Prawn stir fry noodles
    -Homemade cheeseburgers and wedges
    -Kedgeree

    And I think I might try your fajitas too, with crunchy salad ����

  • I love these videos! Please keep doing them. We’re having risotto for dinner tonight. Also no fajitas?? �� I think I might copy the chilli pasta and lentil curry. They both looked yummy ��

  • Can’t get over “It’s Saturday, and tonight we’re having (in Debbie’s head ” fajitas”) lentil curry!! ” Just picked myself up from the floor! Seriously though, the food all week looked great and I’m an oldie and set in my ways, but I’m definitely trying the bean/kale stew and the lentil curry! Thanks for sharing Katie ❤️ xx

  • Not related to July plantings but since I see a lot places recommending Cilantro, Basil and such, let me recommend you something new and less boring; LOVAGE! Can buy it in pots or grow from seeds or roots transplants.Try it. It’s a perennial and does well in most regions that have acceptable levels of water/rain. It grows in a bush and it can be frozen or dried, same as parsley or dill. It’s excellent aroma goes well in soups, stews and salads when young and tender.

  • Great video, great ideas! I love Deliciously Ella risotto recipes, you can find them on her app. I also love @f.i.g_nutrition_ roasted veg and tomato risotto. Xx

  • I love your videos. I’m Brazilian I love British accent. Your videos help me so much, to understand British English…

    I would like see Brazilian food on your channel.
    Xxxx ����

  • How about another segment on bugs eating plants. Holes on my mini eggplant leaves. ☹️ my purple beans leaves have white spots. Double ����

  • Everything looks yummy. especially the fajitas. I was so used to your blonde hair, then got used to your very dark hair and now you’ve come full circle:)

  • My fav videos!! my go to lunch right now is a pesto, tomato and mozzerella flatbread and grill it until the cheese melts, great if you are lazy but want to be boujee hahaha

  • I saw on the 700 club that they helped in Kenya to do sack gardening for the people, I have 5 acres but not cleared off so I have been thinking to start doing the sack gardening because I have clay soil and everything not being cleared off yet. Nice place you have, I hope I can grow some food because I was horrible keeping Rose’s lol.

  • “Gardening worldleader speaks.”
      Thwhole trick in life is finding thdevil in yr picture there is this gardener You Tube Dirtpatcheaven lives among worst soil &atmospheric conditions on earth. 
       All such humans resort 2goats &goats in turn (when unmanaged) proceed 2breed barren deserts. 
    My very 1st garden was where Paul Gautschi spent an entire lifetime only2arrive when I grew scallion bulbs 10″ wide.
      Does this impress any1? 
    “Just curious.”
       There4 Satan stood up an army of “Master Gardeners” 2foil thsheep.. &people 5star subbed them like candy that’s why 2day only 1% out here in thcountry even garden lolmost. 
       Throughout all history of mankind I’m gardening king of kings. Wow. 
      “I was actually friends with thpeople designed garden of eden &put man on it.”
    Imagine that.
      I dont have a gardening channel  throw pearls b4 swine they will rip u 2pieces. I have told all my neighbors who I am 2illustrate this&several years later, they all havent even (remotely) budged but still garden using Satans methods. 
       You cant knock on some1 door tell them they a satanist. I just dont have time2spend hours walking on thr brittle eggshells.
        They will become infuriated.
       Also cant say 2them thgarden of eden is over here. Come HERE. They will just continue where they are trying 2burn out thfires of hell. Just what goes on between their ears accounts 4this God only knows. On highest dimensions heaven such a knock on thdoor is like the finest gold there is.
        Some people capable of learning where as Heaven has a vast majority bottom level &NO, higher levels arent bent over backward try2teach them. These lower levels = people refuse or are mentally (?) 2do thright thing. So heaven has many dimensions. 2protect higher dimensions from viruses. Yahweh had put us here earth 2offer humans a chance 2bolt yall heads on straight people completely ignored us so a meeting was held in 2016 &we have left thbuilding. “They anger me” Yahweh had 1mouthpiece on earth (his direct daughter, Shazzerazi, heavens queen of fire who by thway created earth) &Christian’s ignored her. Yahweh basically told her “speak not (any longer) 2those wont listen.”
       Basically u have Jesus sitting here with u @your dinner table &suddenly evry1 bows their heads says “please… come sweet Jesus… rapture us from this murderous hell.” And thank u so much 4dinner.
        In 2019 Yahweh removed Shazz from earth.
         It was they, Shazz & her sisters &brother “Jesus” created Adam &Lilith. (Yah had 14 children 2 wr boys. Satan fell, he was Jesus elder brother.)
        Yahweh didnt create Adam&Lilith. His children did. Then when Adam&Lilith sinned, the elohim (Yahwehs children)  had 2ask Yahweh 2come in &clean up thmess. &so Yahweh gave Adam a lower flesh body &created a 2nd wife, Eve, from a rib. 
      You Gardners always going in circles on a runway &never achieving lift.
       You follow Satans digital demons on You Tube &google. 95% of humans earth are (NOT) humans. They computer programs such as  “you tube creators” whose videos are produced off planet. 
    Satan named them creators lol. Bcuz bozos sub them, make them their gods.
         Basically your entire internet &gardening literature all orchestrated by Satan. Satan doesnt lift a finger 2do any of this. Doesnt have 2. He hacked Yahwehs creation computer. Named TYLER. It manufactures all these videos &books bcuz its engineered (programmed by Lilith) 2 keep humans in a living hell. It downloads info in2 all thminds of people who wrote those complicated deep garden books. Its objective = download all poison humans in2 its firewall = Eternal timeless hell. Hell is very real. So is heaven &heaven doesnt want them.
    Soil: is everything there4.
       Bible analogy = human who lands on fertile soil gets eternal life. Get it? 
         Ruth Stout: Entire internet was confused about threality of it, thought she was a great gardener. No she was direct contrast with Dirtpatcheaven who chose 2live on gravel.
       Everything she plant grew up like candy she hardly lift a finger. What they dont tell u &what Ruth didnt know is Ruth Stout home was built atop thmost fertile soil microclimate in thworld. In those days homes weren’t built. Instead they were meticulously associated. With water &fertile soil. You would scout valleys weeds&when u found lambsquarters &nettles it told u this soil was fertile. On top of that u have latitude = oldest homes almost ALWAYS resting on prime rib soil preferable lattitudes.
        (Vegetables fry in lower latitudes below Missouri bcuz Satan controls our computer matrix with fierce burning sun.)
        Latitudes: = ABOVE SOIL medium gardens. Gardens have 2 mediums. Soil& atmospheric.  
        Stout had fertile soil on humid regular rain atmosphere with ideal latitude. (Kansas. Which has now been ruined by the satanists)
       Then u have Paul Gautschi. Paul &his followers never puts thdots 2gether on his marine layer atmosphere local 2gether with superior condensation4 roots. 
        Washinton has an intense marine layer with clouds that shield that brutal sun breed condensation.
    MARINE LAYER = warm winter all year 2SEASON garden. 
       Garden of eden also was an ocean penninsula intense marinelayer located end of Nile river. (Rich sediment thick delta soil) 
    Marine layer south latitudes = king of gardens atmosphere. Bcuz ocean provides warm winter, cool summer. Get it? All year growing, WAY less watering. (Marine layer provides condensation/humidity nights.)
       If u want 2grow any tree branch with miraculous results simply transport it2garden of eden. 
      How? Cover in a wet plastic bag. 
      Eden, which is now under Gulf of Aden, did not have sunshine. Ever. They never saw sun untill Noah’s flood. In those days it did not rain either. A mist would come up from earth every morning water plants.
       Moral of thstory is square1. = Soil. The whole trick in life is 2get the question right. After that if I was in a spaceship &landed on a virgin earth I would probably look 4 2things = i dunno olives &oranges.  Italy is ok. But myself I would actually land in los Angeles basin. Hands down.  
      It would require an encyclopedia explain why.
       Staristics any humans in the house? 
    Any1 out there suggest I write1? Place your vote.
      Sidenote: Eden had quartz stone capacitors protecting it. A literal portal 2heaven that also made plants grow much better &even brought good weather.
      Amazing.
      Yahweh actually taught me how 2build these devices.
      (Mine weighs 3.5 tons, but only 1oz permanently blesses 1atmospheric mile around your home.)  
      Any of u creators intrested?

  • What diet would you suggest for someone who has seizures and is on poor money as I am not able to work as these seizures are unpredictable. We get about £1000 between me and my partner and want to eat healthy. I had to stop being vegan because of the cost of supplements and fresh food.

  • Poor baby. Mean kids. I like your head. I got called horse face. My brother started it. Nice kid huh?
    His ears stuck out but Id never call anyone bad names so I dont know if he was my real brother.

  • my cilantro plants have gone to seed and are dying. do i need to put the corriander in the fridge before i can sow it? i would like to use the seed for this year. i cant find any info on this online if cilantro can succession plant by itself.

  • Perfect timing. I just prepared my yard for gardening. I was hoping there was still time. Fyi our phone are listening to us, because this post popped up in my feed today. Just saying yall.

  • New subbie and gardener. You are in my zone so I need this. I will be using grow bags bcus I’m in an apartment. I have a yard but im dis abled so I cant be bending low. Plus the animals will mess it up.

  • I’m hoping you can help me with my heirloom tomatoes. I’m concerned about blossom end rot. I’ve taken a few pics of the tomatoes and I’m hoping you can take a look. I’m not sure if I can post pics in the comments or not. Any help would be greatly appreciated as they are doing so well at the moment. Thank you very much for all of your help.

  • I live in Missouri. Summers are brutally hot, winters are cold. I love Swiss chard. At the end of the year, I’d mulch it and let it overwinter, uncover it in the spring and get a second crop of early greens. Then it would bolt.

  • i still love coming back to this video, and sharing it with the people i love most. (because i want them to live! obviously though, right) thank you for existing so well in this LIFE RALPH:)

  • I might give the golden midget watermelon a try. I was gonna try summer crisp lettuce because the vegetation on my tomato plants, pepper plants, and herbs is lush and a very deep jungle green, but I might have missed my window unless I can find some started already…plus I only have a patch in my garden maybe about the size of a car door left to work with anyways because I’m gonna plants a patch of flowers in my garden with my daughter. I just did a small garden this year, tilled by hand, and put A LOT of work into it. I got 9 tomato plants that are healthy and full of green tomato bulb and flowers, 1 bell pepper plant, 2 hot Chille pepper plants (I had a lot of pepper plants wilt away from something they didn’t like around mid June), I have a 2 1/2 by 6 foot patch of onion sets, a little area with onion sprouts I’ll use for sets next year amd habanero sprouts I’ll move indoors in September, a little patch for herbs; so far just Parsley and Oregano, then I have a small patch reserved for flowers and a small patch for one more crop. Definitely gonna try and get my hands on the dwarf watermelon u mentioned if possible. Next year I plan to do double the garden space. Thanks for your videos, they have been helpful to me in only my second year ever doing a garden on my own and first time in 6 years.

  • I’m trying to grow organic squash, cucumbers, a variety of lettuces, peppers, brussel sprouts, cantaloupe, collards, watermelon, potatoes, lemons
    and tomatoes on an outside balcony. I live in an apartment so space is an issue. Any thoughts would be appreciated because this is my first time growing fruits and vegetables. I’m trying to cut costs.
    Thank you for your viedos

  • How about promoting Purslane. It’s a wonder weed. Grows everywhere. Eaten worldwide. Except in US considered a nuisance. How sad… bc it’s free and the health benefits abound.

  • Everything looks yummy. especially the fajitas. I was so used to your blonde hair, then got used to your very dark hair and now you’ve come full circle:)