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    Check your last link, crashdive. You dropped the / betwen .com and gardening. It's a dead link.

    Should be:

    http://www.josho.com/gardening.htm


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    Thanks Rick. Those darned fat fingers.

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    No problem. This place is all about help.

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    some Brassicas [a genus in the mustard group] are always good. they're low maintainance, cold hardy, vitamin rich and versatile.

    essentialy, most Brassicas grown for food are actualy the same species; Brassica oleracea - broccoli, kale, kohlrabi, brussles sprouts, etc.
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    Brussel sprouts?! Bleeeeeeeck

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    two things I would die before eating, brussell sprouts and broccolli
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    Sinced you asked, I'd plant seeds in the garden then let them grow into the veggie you want and brussell sprouts are frig'n nasty! colliflour yuuuuuk! and don't get me started on that fungi ya'll like called shrooms! Yeah we went over that already
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    ok, so what of kale, mustard greens, collard, etc?

    as for the mushrooms, that's ok, i'll let you pass on 'em. more for the rest of us. btw: i never use the term you mentioned.
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    Kale, nope
    Mustard greens, when i'm in the mood
    Collard greens, you bet but with some hot sauce.
    What term? Shrooms?
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    All of the above, except Brussel Sprouts...bblllleeeeeeeck!

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    I like all the above mentioned,brussel sprouts are not my favorite,but I would eat them before I ate a bug or die!

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    I'd eat a bug before I ate them things... little greenish cabbage brains!
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    yes, that term.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Brussel sprouts?! Bleeeeeeeck

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    Brussel Sprouts are yummy, nuff said
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    Break out the earth worms and grubs.
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    Oh, Tony! Hagis and Brussel Sprouts. Your taste buds have been welded shut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Oh, Tony! Hagis and Brussel Sprouts. Your taste buds have been welded shut.
    Nope, haggis, sprouts, taties, turnip - When all of them are cooked- Mash taties and turnip then mix with haggis then with sprouts and add a Small drop of whisky for taste

    YUMMMMMMMMM

    Then for desert, fryed marsbar
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    Broccoli I like brussel sprouts, well thats another story.
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    It seems that more things taste good when you're hungry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    It seems that more things taste good when you're hungry
    And then theres holding your nose while you eat it
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