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Vegetable co-ops, vegetable gardens and farmers’ markets are ways to live more healthily, environmentally and frugally. Local produce, less packaging and enforced fresh food eating – lots of boxes ticked!

But for those of us who fell in love with a box of broccoli at the markets or went a little overboard planting tomato plants in the backyard, vegetable overload can strike at any time.  After a busy week with dinners out, take-out and bought lunches the crisper is crowded with sad looking beans and wilted greens.

After joining a vegetable co-op full of good intentions and being reproached week after week by a fridge full of vegetables gone bad, I decided it was time to fight back…

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