10 Veggies To Grow In Your Yard

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  1. Tomatoes- Extremely fruitful plant. Easily frozen or canned. Bonus there is many things you can make. Sauce, salsa, half or whole canned for chilies, soups.
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2. Bell Peppers- Fresh, frozen or dried. All are delicious. Storing dried, personally, is the way to go.

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3. Cucumber- Cool, crunchy cucumbers. Dried for chip alternatives. Perfect add for your summer salad.

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4. Zucchini- freezing slice, dice or noodled. Zucchini is a wonderful vegetable for a variety of dishes. Especially frozen for winter use.

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5. Green beans- There’s always so many! Serious. Grow just 4-5 seedlings, as you harvest they come back and back. Till the end of the season. Great for canning or freezing for later use.

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6. Snap Peas- Fantastic snack for your summer. Pick as you work for a sweet snack. Kids love them. Fun way to get fresh veggies right off the vine.

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7. Beets! – yummm, I havent liked beets until I started fermenting them. Beets last a good amount of time in the cellar, just as carrots or potatoes. Canning or pickling.

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8. Onions- Great fill in for empty space, a stable for any meal. Brings great flavor for any dish you make. Onions store great for months.

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9. Collards- Perfect for soups, stirfries, and so plentiful! Great source of vitamins A, K, B-6 and C, calcium, iron, and magnesium.

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10. Kale- Durable greens. Frozen, fresh or blended. This is a stable.

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