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    Regenerative Agriculture & Eating More Plants Can Help Reverse Environmental Crisis
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    Published on Sep 19, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the Soil Not Oil International Environmental Conference to learn more about the connection between how food is currently being grown, and how it is connected with the current environmental crisis.

    In this episode, John will give you a quick tour of the Soil Not Oil Conference, what it is like to be there, as well as some of the exhibitors at the event.

    You will hear from George from Synergy Seeds and his words of wisdom about organic farming, seed saving and more.

    Finally, John will sit down and share with you some of the eye-opening things he learned about at this conference.

    After watching this episode you will have a greater awareness how you can do your part to make the world a better place.
     
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    LIVE Summer Garden Tour of My Backyard & Front Yard Urban Food Forest
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    Published on Sep 19, 2017
    LIVE NOW | Summer Garden Tour of My Backyard and Front Yard Food Forest. Sign up for the same GARDEN SEEDS I'M PLANTING HERE: http://www.SeedBankBox.com

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    Fermented Foods Made Easy with Fermentation Expert Sandor Katz
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    Published on Sep 30, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ interviews Fermentation Expert, Sandor Katz about How Easy it is to Ferment your Food.

    In this episode, John will ask Sandor Katz, author of Wild Fermentation and The Art of Fermentation over a dozen questions regarding fermentation.

    You will discover how easy fermentation can be and how you don't need to purchase any special equipment to ferment your food. You will learn how to determine if your fermented food has gone bad, and so much more..

    Some of the information about fermentation you will learn includes:
    Why ferment your food?
    What are some of the benefits of fermented food?
    What kinds of food can be fermented?
    How can you tell if your fermented food went bad?
    There is white mold on my ferment, is it ok to eat?
    do you really need to use an airlock to ferment your food?
    How fermentation is a version of "cold cooking"
    Why you should never eat soybeans unless they are fermented
    and much, much more

    John will ask Sandor Katz the following questions:
    02:01 How did you get into fermentation?
    04:19 What are the benefits of fermented foods?
    04:45 Is Canning vs Fermentations Better For Food Preservation?
    07:17 Why is it important to ferment soil grown foods?
    08:09 Why are bacteria Important to fermentation and soil?
    09:15 How Does the Bacteria help us digest our food?
    11:05 What are some kinds of bacteria that are in fermentations besides Lactobacillus?
    15:25 Do you believe in using starter cultures in fermentation?
    19:40 What are some easy fermented foods people can make?
    22:41 What are some foods you enjoy fermenting?
    25:14 How is fermentation a "Cold Cooking"?
    27:23 How much and what kind of salt do you need when fermenting?
    31:12 Do you need to purchase an airlock to ferment vegetables?
    33:30 How do you when you ferment is done and if it went bad?
    39:04 When your sauerkraut is soft is it bad? What is the proper Ph level for safe kraut?
    43:06 What is the white fuzzy stuff on top of my cucumbers are they ok?
    43:04 What are some of your favorite ways to use your fermented foods?
    46:32 Are there any words of wisdom about fermentation you would like to share?
    48:58 What is your website and contact information?

    After watching this episode, you will know more than the average person about food fermentation and have no fear about fermenting your own garden fresh vegetables at home.

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    Best Way to Preserve Your Food: Fermentation
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wE-Ep...

    How to Make Radish Pickles the Easy Way
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2JqB...

    How to Make Fresh Dill Pickles from the Garden
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tKSI...

    Easiest Way to Make Fermented Vegetables without Mold
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAIR7...

    How to Make Lactic Acid-Fermented Cucumber Juice
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28IHo...

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    Healthiest & Easiest Asian Vegetables You Should Grow at Home Tour
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    Published on Oct 12, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the home of Wendi Phan in Southern California to give you a tour of her home garden with specific emphasis on the healthiest and easiest to grow asian vegetables.

    In this episode, John will take you on a tour of Wendi's home to show you how she is growing lots of food in a small amount of space. You will learn some of the easiest plants that you can grow that will provide you with the best health benefits

    You will learn how Wendi is maximizing the production of food in her front yard by stacking functions, a popular permaculture practice.

    You will discover how many of these plants can be easily grown in a pot if you live in a climate that dips below freezing in the winter.

    You will learn more about tropical Asian perennial vegetables and how they grow. You will discover why you may want to grow some of these plants in containers instead of the ground.

    After the garden tour, John will sit down with Wendi and ask her to following questions:

    0:43:42 How did you get into growing all this stuff?
    0:44:30 What is your relationship with some of the vegetables in this episode?
    0:45:00 Were these asian vegetables eaten for their flavor or health benefits?
    0:45:25 What kind of health benefits have you experienced from these asian vegetables?
    0:47:00 What are some asian greens for cold and flu?
    0:47:47 Why did you start making YouTube Videos?
    0:50:38 What are favorite 5 Asian Vegetables?
    0:50:55 Snake Grass Plant
    0:52:57 Bitter Leaf Tree
    0:54:33 Rice Patty Herb
    0:55:23 How You Can Easily Get some of these plants
    0:56:36 Pandan Leaves
    0:57:20 Grass Jelly
    1:00:55 Gynura Procumbens aka Longevity Spinach?
    1:02:27 What are the health benefits of Gynura Procumbens?
    1:03:21 Why did you start making Gynura Procumbens available for others?
    1:05:25 How Can you grow tropical plants year round?
    1:07:30 What are your growing practices? How do you grow fertilizer do you use?
    1:08:36 What is a marimo?
    1:10:30 Do you eat the marimo algae balls?
    1:13:20 Any final words of wisdom for my viewers?
    1:15:21 How can learn more about you?

    After watching this episode, you will learn some of the best perennial asian vegetables you can grow at home.
     
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    What I Grew This Summer in My Vegetable Garden
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    Published on Oct 15, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a tour of his backyard summer desert vegetable garden.

    In this episode, John walks you around his las vegas urban desert garden to share with you the best fruits and vegetables you can grow in las vegas and other hot climates.

    You will discover some of the techniques John uses to grow food in the desert, including creating microclimates, experimenting by growing the same crops on different areas with different soil mixes.

    You will learn why John chooses to grow select crops to ensure he has successful harvests throughout 3 months of 100+ degree weather.

    You will discover some of the techniques he uses to grow peppers as well as two of the best varieties of peppers he grew this year.

    Referenced Episodes:
    Water Spinach
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N58pD...

    Reflective Mulch / Pepper Planting
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnGHP...

    Cat Mint with My Cat Episode
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SohDB...

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    Best Vegetables You Can Easily Grow in Your Kitchen
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    Published on Oct 21, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Dave Gil's Indoor Kitchen Garden to show you the easiest vegetables you can grow indoors during any time of year.

    In this episode, you will learn how growing sprouts and microgreens are the easiest vegetables that can be grown in as little as 3-10 days. You will learn how you can use jars you already own to grow sprouts, and how easy it is to grow microgreens on a wire rack shelf.

    You will discover how Dave is able to grow the majority of his leafy green vegetables with just 8 square feet of space inside his kitchen.

    You will learn the specific items you need to start growing indoors as well as where to buy the seeds.

    You will see Dave's simple set up for growing his indoor vegetables year-round in Las Vegas, Nevada and how you can grow inside your home as well.

    Finally, John will interview Dave about growing microgreens, why he started growing food, and much more.

    Jump to the following parts of this episode:
    06:09 How to Grow Sprouts
    13:16 How to Grow Microgreens
    22:48 How to Water Your Microgreens
    31:20 Interview with Gardener, Dave Gil
    32:14 Why did you start growing microgreens and sprouts?
    32:57 How did your cancer affected by eating sprouts and healthy raw foods?
    33:50 How many sprouts do you eat in a day?
    34:55 How many hours a day do you invest in growing sprouts and juicing?
    36:11 How much time do you invest in just growing sprouts?
    38:08 Where do you get your seeds?
    39:36 What are some of the tips for growing microgreens?
    40:30 When do you use coconut coir and when do you use organic soil?
    42:00 Any final comments about growing sprouts and microgreens?
    46:36 Are you available to help people grow sprouts or become healthier?
    48:00 Any final comments for my viewers today?

    After watching this episode, you will learn how to grow the easiest vegetables that you can grow in your kitchen or anywhere in your home, apartment, condominium or business.

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    3 Easiest Food Crops You Can Grow in San Francisco Bay Area or Where you Live
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    Published on Nov 1, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Alemany Farm in San Francisco, California to share with you the 3 easiest food crops you can grow in the Bay Area or where you live.

    In this episode, John will give you a tour of Alemany farm, showing you many of the different areas of the farm. Along the way, he will share the easiest 3 categories of food crops you can grow anywhere.

    You will discover some specific plants that will do well in the San Francisco bay area that will allow you to grow food easily without investing too much time.

    First, you will learn about herbs and some specific varieties that may do well in low water conditions.

    Second, you will discover more about Fruit trees, and how they will save you time if you plant a variety that is acclimated to your area. You will learn several fruit trees that perform well in the SF bay area.

    Third, you will learn about perennial vegetables, that you just plant once, and they continue to grow year-after-year or they come back every year so you can have a continual harvest of food from your property.

    Finally, John will show you around some of the other areas of the farm, including raised beds and row crops and share with you some of the crops that are growing well and some that are not doing so well, so you can choose to grow crops that will grow well.

    Jump to the following parts of this episode:

    02:26 More about Alemany Farm
    06:13 The importance of Native Plants
    08:25 Your Soil is Critical to Your Gardening Success
    12:58 Top 3 Easy Food Crops to Grow
    13:24 First Easy Crop to Grow: Herbs
    14:14 Oregano
    14:39 Rosemary
    14:55 Sorrel
    15:20 Borage
    16:47 Second Easy Crop to Grow: Fruit Trees
    17:47 Pineapple guava
    18:51 Loquat
    20:07 Fig
    21:24 Third Easy Crop to Grow: Perennial Vegetables
    22:27 Yacon
    23:42 Jerusalem Artichokes aka Sunchokes
    24:44 Cape Gooseberry aka Poha Berry
    25:42 Purple Tree Collards
    28:04 Artichokes
    30:46 Raised Bed Gardening
    32:31 Keyhole Style Garden
    33:27 Curly Kale
    35:00 Solution for Bug Infestation
    36:04 Squash Plants with Powdery Mildew
    37:07 Sweet Potatoes
    37:50 Row Crops Field
    38:30 Collard Greens
    39:17 Peppers
    39:53 Trellising up Tomato
    41:21 Bush Beans vs Cucumbers

    After watching this episode, you will learn the 3 easiest food crops you can grow in your garden. You will also learn more about Alemany farm and some of the vegetables that grow well (and some that don't do so well) in the SF Bay Area.
     
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    I Can't Believe We're Going To Drink This | Coffee, Wheatgrass, Ginger, Turmeric, ACV, Ginseng
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    Published on Nov 1, 2017
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    I Can't Believe We're Going To Drink This! This is the drink I love to give me insane energy that I can control. This drink is also 100% vegan and the perfect blend of Yin & Yang! Wheatgrass, coffee, turmeric, ginger, apple cider vinegar, and ginseng!
     
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    My Top 12 Hacks to Save Time Vegetable Gardening
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    Published on Nov 5, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his top 12 Gardening that will save you time when vegetable gardening.

    In this episode, John comes to you from his backyard organic vegetable garden and shares with you his top gardening tips that will allow you to have more time to do other things in life, grow food faster, and not have to tend to your plants or replant as often. You will discover many common and even uncommon gardening hacks that John uses to save time and get everything done in life.

    Jump to the following time-saving hacks:
    00:36 How to Save 1/2 the Time Learning How to Garden Online
    02:05 Set up an Automatic Irrigation System
    03:27 Start from Transplants to Have Jump on Season
    04:55 Use a Bulb Planter to plant Transplant
    06:01 Grow Low Maintenance Crops
    07:11 Grow Perennial Vegetables
    08:45 Grow Wild and Rambunctious Vegetables
    10:28 Aerate Your Compost
    12:13 Do Research before you start gardening - Grow What Works in Your Area
    13:50 Grow in Nutritious Soil and Use Good Amendments
    16:06 Use Mulch to Cover Ground
    17:17 Grow Crops that Grow Quickly

    After watching this episode, you will learn 12 Gardening Hacks that are sure to save you some time when growing your own organic fruits and vegetables in your garden or on your farm.
     
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    Easiest Vegetable You Can Grow Anywhere in America
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    Published on Nov 12, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the easiest vegetable you can grow anywhere in America.

    In this episode, you will learn more about the Sunchoke aka Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) and how it grows anywhere in America to provide a high-calorie storage food source.

    First, John will show you how to harvest fresh sunchoke tubers from the ground. You will learn how you can leave them in the ground over the winter and they will stay fresh and even start growing next year if you fail to harvest them.

    Next, you will learn how to Clean your sunchokes and store them inside if you want to store them indoors to make them easier to get to in the winter.

    You will then discover the difference between the standard white and red sunchokes and how you can order your own sunchokes so you can grow them in your garden.

    Finally, you will learn the best way to enjoy sunchokes fresh from your garden: dipped in guacamole!

    After watching this episode, you will be more familiar with the sunchoke, which is a tuberous root vegetable, how to harvest it, how to plant it for next year and much, much more.
     
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    Edible Perennial Vegetables You Should Grow In Your Zone 7-10 Garden
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    Published on Nov 18, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Annie's Annuals and Perennials in Richmond, California to share with you the best common and uncommon edible perennial vegetables you can grow in zone 7 , zone 8 , zone 9 and zone 10.

    In this episode, you will discover how to best spend your time finding the edible plants you can grow at Annie's annuals and perennials in this episode. You will also learn that Annie's annuals can ship some of these perennial vegetables to you

    John will take you on a tour of this amazing plant nursery to share with you all the common and many uncommon perennial vegetables that you can grow (and a few annual vegetables too!)

    During this episode, you will learn about:
    03:08 Information Booth at Annie's - Types of Plants they Offer
    06:20 How to tell if Annie's Has your plant in stock
    07:52 Easy way to find Edible Vegetables, Herbs, and Fruits at Annie's
    08:45 Purple Tree Collards - Richmond Cultivar
    11:54 Spinach - Bordeaux Hybrid - Red Veined with higher phytonutrients
    13:42 Egyptian Walking Onion - low maintenance onion with greens all year long
    16:14 Yacon - Sweetest Tuberous Vegetable You Can Grow - High in prebiotics, You can eat raw
    19:12 Solanum caripense - Tsimbulo - rare tomato relative that grows year-round in zones 10-11
    20:50 Bee Friendly Plants - Hot and Spicy Oregano - Edible and helps the bees
    22:28 Cranberry Hibiscus - False Roselle (Hibiscus acetosella)- Edible Leaves and Flowers
    23:22 Bele - Abelmoschus Manihot - Tree that grows lettuce like leaves that are edible
    25:31 Best Edible Perennial Violas - Edible Flowers that can grow year round
    27:38 Soap Plant - Chlorogalum pomeridianum, grow your own soap, brush, and food
    29:15 Cretan Rock Lettuce (Petromarula pinnata) - grow a wild lettuce that is drought tolerant
    31:11 My favorite Passion Fruit - Passiflora ligularis
    33:04 Final Thoughts, Summary and Review of Annie's Annuals

    After watching this episode, you will learn about many uncommon perennial edible plants that you can grow, how they can be used and where you can purchase them.

    Related Episodes:
    Perennial Vegetables that can last a lifetime (OAEC)
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    Best Vegan Restaurant in Los Angeles, California?
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    Published on Nov 17, 2017
    Best Vegan Restaurant in Los Angeles, California? I attended the Veg Fest Los Angeles then hit up the Ocean for sunset, a workout, and some food. I then went to Cafe Gratitude for dinner! Enjoy!
     
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    Backyard Garden Tour | Insane Food Forest Grows Tons of Food in the Desert!
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    Backyard Garden Tour | Insane Food Forest Grows Tons of Food in the Desert! This is the backyard food forest and edible garden jungle of my friend Shamus O'Leary. Sit back and enjoy!

    Shamus O'Leary:
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    Front Yard Garden uses 100% Rain Water to Grow Vegetables
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    Published on Nov 30, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits a front yard market garden in Houston, Texas that uses 100% rainwater
    to irrigate vegetables that are being grown for the local community.

    In this episode, John will give you a tour of a former community garden turned into a market garden that grows using 100% organic methods to grow a wide variety of fruits and vegetables that are sold in the local area.

    You will learn about different kinds of raised bed materials such as concrete blocks and wood and specific pros and cons of each of these raised bed building materials.

    You will discover why broccoli, cauliflower and romanesco are more valuable for the flowers they are normally grown for.

    You will discover how easy it is to set up a rainwater catchment system and an easy method for using the rainwater you catch in your rain barrels by using a sump pump so you do not have to rely on a low-pressure gravity flow system.

    You will learn some of the best ways to add fertility to your garden without using any fertilizers, but instead using compost, worm castings, and compost tea.

    Finally, John will interview Scott, the market gardener who grows all the food in this market garden that is sold to the local community.

    Jump to the following parts of this episode:
    0:05:10 Garden tour Starts
    0:09:27 Broccoli, Cauliflower, and Romanesco leaves are totally edible
    0:11:49 Concrete Block Raised Bed Garden is it toxic?
    0:13:23 Cedar Raised Beds on Bricks to Prevent rot and encourage drainage
    0:17:00 Walking tour of the garden
    0:17:10 Fruit Trees I would Grow in Texas
    0:22:10 How to Water Your Garden with Rain Water
    0:29:50 How to Build Soil Organically
    0:35:00 Making Compost to Build Soil
    0:36:51 Growing Worms in a Plastic Tote
    0:39:36 Making AACT Compost Tea
    0:42:34 Interview with Scott Starts
    0:42:58 Why did you start this community garden?
    0:44:05 Why did you decide to the garden instead of selling the land?
    0:45:38 Why did you convert the community garden into a market garden?
    0:46:38 Growing Vegetables is not an agricultural profession in Texas?
    0:50:40 Why is local food important?
    0:52:36 Why are school gardens important?
    0:55:20 How do you feed your garden without chemicals?
    0:58:15 Why is rainwater is so important to use?
    0:59:45 Is Compost Tea Important?
    1:01:15 How often do you use compost tea?
    1:02:40 Any Final Tips for my viewers?
    1:05:38 Any good farmers markets in Houston?

    After watching this episode, you will learn a simple way to set up rain barrels that will make it easy to maximize your rainwater harvest, how to grow healthier vegetables and fruits by using organic growing methods and much, much more.
     

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