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With garden hitting their peak, it's time to start preserving the bounty....

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With garden hitting their peak, it's time to start preserving the bounty....

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As every summer, Purslane appears in my garden and ends up in my salads. Utilizing wild weeds is a novel thing......
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With garden hitting their peak, it's time to start preserving the bounty....

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antonis commented on antonis - status 1460977715
As every summer, Purslane appears in my garden and ends up in my salads. Utilizing wild weeds is a novel thing......
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As every summer, Purslane appears in my garden and ends up in my salads. Utilizing wild weeds is a novel thing......
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As every summer, Purslane appears in my garden and ends up in my salads. Utilizing wild weeds is a novel thing......

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