Health Benefits of Okra [Infographic]

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It is green with a little bit of fuzz on its skin, slimy on the inside and looks like a finger. Does not sound too appetizing, right?

These could be the reasons why a lot of people tend to avoid eating the vegetable that is okra, or more popularly known as lady’s finger or gumbo.

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Vegetable Growing Cheatsheet [Interactive]

Remember the Vegetable growing Cheat sheet we shared last year? Well, Good to be Home has an amazing NEW interactive version they’ve made in which you can choose where you live (USA, UK or AUS), what you want to grow and where at home you want to grow it (Greenhouse, Patio Garden, Plot Garden or Indoors)

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Are they really Superfoods? [Infographic]

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Vegetable Growing Guide [Infographic]

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Reusing old Suitcases

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Urban Agriculture [INFOGRAPHIC]

Originally Published by  on Bozzuto blog

Urban Agriculture is a movement towards growing and raising more food within densely populated areas of major cities. Today, about 15% of the world’s food is now grown in urban areas. Since space is limited in big cities, you may have noticed city gardens sprouting up in smaller spaces (like rooftops or apartment balconies). Another green benefit to urban gardening is that you can re-purpose old recyclable milk jugs or woven baskets and use them as containers for new veggies. Vegetables that are ideally suited for growing in containers include tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, green onions, beans, lettuce, squash, radishes and parsley.

Have you already been practicing urban agriculture and balcony or patio gardening? We would love to hear about it! What tips can you share on how to have the greenest thumb on the block?

The True Cost of Meat [Infographic]

Eating meat is expensive, but the cost isn’t limited to the price you pay at the store. Did you know that eating meat also contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, soil erosion and water overuse? And surprisingly, turning vegetarian won’t eliminate these effects — if you still eat cheese, that is. Read on to learn more about the true cost of meat!

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