Bim bam bom, hot corn (in Hebrew it rhymes...)
A Israeli story - a boy called Ofir steps out to the street all excited, singing and drumming on a pot: "bim bam bom, hot corn". This happy boy gets more kids excited, and they are happy too, so six noisy kids are walking, rejoicing in a row and playfully singing this song....
Most kids like corn. The difference between fresh organic corn and store-bought-conventional-corn is huge. And the demand, like Ofir's, is very understandable from a child that eats organic vegetables.
פוסטים שפורסמו בחודש 2012-06
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Dear vegetable lovers,
It is still cool in the mornings, but later in the day it gets hot hot hot and the garden is now busy with the many summery crops' activities - families of different plants and their different treatment by us.
A photographic tour!
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The garden in Nataf, which is relatively high elevation and also has trees and wild plants in it, is somewhat shadier and cooler than the fields of our fellow organic farmers with whom we work.
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One of the Ancient Israelites' favorite vegetables, mentioned in their longing while wandering in the desert is ".. the zucchini and the watermelons ..." that they ate in Egypt (Numbers XI, E). The names then and now are unclear and often mixed together. The Zucchini our ancestors longed for are actually cucumbers, which today is an essential ingredient in our Israeli salad.להמשך קריאה >>
From the Mishnah we understand that Zucchini's were eaten raw and fresh, such as we eat cucumbers.