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This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com with another exciting episode for you today, we’re here in Chicago and I noticed on the field trip we’re at West 46 Street and Bishop. The plant. The plant is actually a place that grows food underground actually in the basement at present time, this is actually an old

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hey guys welcome back to my channel this is Aaron lover of all things good super excited to have you back and to cook free today so as usual each week I do a recipe so it’s gonna be a grilled ribeye I’m gonna have it grilled about medium-rare I’m gonna add some peppers some

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There are often spaces in a garden that need to be filled in, but in many cases it seems that there’s just not enough time to fit in another crop, or I may be uncertain about timing. When trying to grow a succession of crops I often find that I’m impatiently waiting for one crop

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This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com, today we’re in the local Whole Foods, and when you think of snack foods, do you think of some kind of chips that you could have a nice crunch on? And if you’re growing a garden, what is in your garden that’s crunchy? There’s not many things. Instead of

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[Music] Hello! Early autumn, with it’s often hazy mornings and cooling temperatures, signals change is in the air. Many of summer’s staples are winding down, and growth all over the garden is noticeably slower. But if you think it’s time to hang up the fork for winter – well think again, because now’s the moment

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Today on The Stay At Home Chef I’m showing you how to make Restaurant Style Arugula Salad I love those little arugula salads you get as sides and garnishes in restaurants. They taste so good! Today I’m going to show you how to make one of those at home. We’re going to start by making

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This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com, we’re here at Swank farm today and we’re going to have some fun walking around here Swank farm and showing you what they’re growing not only in the shade house but also outside the shade house in grow bags. So, they have a hydroponic set up, hydroponics can get

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– [Voiceover] This salad sucks. In fact, most salads suck. Most salads suck because people don’t know how to make salads. So here’s how to make a salad that doesn’t suck. First thing, don’t use iceberg lettuce, or any lettuce, unless you really want your salad to taste like a glass of water. Use a

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Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today we have another exciting episode for you coming at you from my beautiful backyard garden on a beautiful spring day. Summer’s almost here, hopefully you guys got your gardens planned out yet. My garden’s been plan out for a little bit, but I’ve still got some areas

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