I tire of bargaining for the life of vegetables at the trade markets in my neighborhood. Therefore, I intend on growing vegetables on my back patio in giant nuclear power plant shaped ceramic pots to avoid the stress of haggling over and proving the worth of bell peppers, jalapenos, green onions, and tomatoes. Speaking of which, tomatoes — although a fruit — are nowhere near as threatening as bananas or other fruit. They’ve received a waiver from yours truly and I view them in a less terrifying light.
Additionally, mint, basil, and a few other herbs that will not cross my mind because it’s flooded with awesome will participate in my food version of the League of Nations. Hi Woodrow Wilson!
I am becoming domesticated, something slightly strange to me considering my nomadic nature and enjoyment of traveling and moving. I like it, though. Putting down roots the same way my vegetables are going to. Mine will be better and stronger. Capsicum annuum Spartans.
Aren’t bell peppers in the botanical sense considered fruits but in culinary terms considered vegetables you ask? No more questions. By the time this post is complete, you will have learned a great deal about food and my life.
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Currently playing: “Pursuit of Happiness” by KiD CuDi.