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Show us your garden and tell us about the in season meals you make
 

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Never even heard of bitter melon.
 

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I have a small house on a small metropolitan lot. No pictures.
The fruit trees: 2 Washington navels, 4 guava, 2 lemon, 2 avocado, 1 pomegranate, 1 cheromoya, 1 Santa Rosa plum, 1 tangerine, 15 containers dedicated to tomatoes/radishes/cilantro/carrots.

Fruit trees because the backyard is largely hillside. I used to have honey bees. The Karen living on one side complained. So, I gave the hive and tools to the neighbor on the other side.

Tomorrow, I pick pomegranates. Just because one is urban does not mean that you can't have fruit trees.
 

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I think you did it right with trees which will grow year after year with little maintenance. I call that survival food.
 

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I have terrible luck with fruit trees. 😢

As far as meals go we make an uncooked tomato sauce that is very good. Its basically tomatoes, garlic, basil, oregano, Italian seasoning, S+P in olive oil and red wine vinegar. Eat it on spaghetti with parmesan.
 
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