Harvests actually started in early August, but I posted some of the pics already, and even, I think, posted the first picture below. I started with that picture to show the recent progression of picked vegetables, however.
I don't know what I was doing on September 03, so that picture is missing, but the pics I did take tell a nice story of how the zucchini production peaked in late August, tomatoes and onions in mid September, peppers in October, and my pathetic pumpkins in October.
Since I started really tracking production in August, I ate 15 meals from the garden. Figuring three meals per day for 60 days = 180 meals, I ate 8.3% of meals from the garden. Add that to the plum smoothies that I have every morning (from July's huge plum harvest), I can say that I had my own personal produce in 1/3 of my meals over the last two months.
At the bottom I demonstrate my most common meal, just a simple blended soup featuring pretty much whatever is picked that week. I also demonstrate what was my favorite way of consuming 64 ounces of processed garden tomatoes.
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