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5 foods it is cheaper to grow

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    Posted: 15 August 2010 at 17:34
http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/SavingandDebt/SaveMoney/5FoodsItsCheaperToGrow.aspx?page=1

was linked to that from somewhere, thought some of you might be interested.
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Kiwi,

Thanks, that's a good article.  I certainly agree, especially about fruit trees and peppers.  I planted a sour cherry tree, a Montmorency, here in Georgia 13 years ago when we bought our house, because you can't even buy sour cherries at the market.  My grandparents had a Montmorency cherry tree when I was growing up so I grew up eating sour cherry pie.  Everyone said it wouldn't produce fruit here in Georgia but we get a bumper crop every year and the cherries make the most delicious pies and crisps that you can imagine.  I also try to grow all my own peppers, green and hot, because they are cheaper and more flavorful.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote kiwi Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 August 2010 at 18:49
I'd kill for a sour cherry tree - I'd make kirschwasser! I move around a lot though, so no fruit trees for me - strictly what I can move around with me. I do have an effective mobile vege garden though :)
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Yes!!!  Exactly!! I need to need to make some kirschwasser!
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excellent article showing some great advantages!
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