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Budgeting Tips For the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol – Part I: Growing Your Own Food

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8 thoughts on “Budgeting Tips For the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol – Part I: Growing Your Own Food

  1. I love spring and summer because I can grow my own herbs and veggies. My neighbor grows some veg too and she has such an abundance she sends some my way too. Nothing beats home grown. Nice post stop by and say hi 🙂

  2. I planted my very first raised garden last year and did really well on our 12 tomato plants! Now… I find that they are no no’s lol. So… change of plans for what to plant this year! more zucchini culliflower this year for sure! We also did well on basil, cilantro and rosemary.

    • Gail – I did the same thing last year! I had a whole bed FULL of tomatoes! I started the autoimmune protocol right before the end of the season, and it was a little miserable watching everyone enjoy all of the heirlooms I had pampered in this inhospitable climate (Seattle). Oh well… 🙂

  3. Hey, thanks for the reference, also good to take into account taste and storage time of the vegetables you are growing. Pretty good chance you will end up with several pounds of zucchini/cilantro and might need to be a little creative to use them all up before they go bad 🙂

    • Thanks for the tip, that is something we should consider! Despite all the zucchini over-production jokes and warnings, I have yet to have them grow like crazy in my garden (I think my space is too small). I am still waiting for a couple of baseball bats though… maybe this year!

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