Thanks, Ari, for the cooking ideas and the sweet maneuver techniques at the market.
My wife and I here in Seattle grow a fair amount of kale, and I'm thinking of expanding our raised bed garden to use up the rest of our driveway (or our neighbor's parking strip across the street!)
We'll need your freezing method to keep us going in February and March. We also grow escarole, romani beans, and chard: any thoughts from you future columns would be welcome. --Dennis
Thanks for Transition story.
I noted one of the comments, that everyone is so busy. That's why I'm very keen on neighborhood-based Transition groups, meaning those folks you can meet and connect with by walking no more than 5 to 10 minutes, i.e. a 1/2 mile radius.
Walking and meeting and greeting opens up a whole realm that includes sharing skills, helping out neighbors (who might need someone to install insulation to cut down on fuel use), or just coming up with a small donation of groceries to help a neighbor Transition to the next pay check.
--Dennis Noson, Seattle
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