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A Great Day at McRorie Community Garden

Today was a beautiful day at the garden. Click the photo below to see the set I took.

The photo below is of a luffa sponge goard. Both Bruce (pictured) and I were amazed at the size of it. Bruce said he planted a few plants because the small luffas taste like zucchini. The luffa plants propagated like weeds. There must be 50 huge luffas in Bruce's patch. Last night, I cooked a small one Bruce gave me. It tasted just like zucchini. Delicious!

By the way, that's the same Bruce in the 3-part mini-documentary on raw foods in the Videos section here on Zoobird.

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