Zucchini blossoms

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Great photo! Like the quarter for reference. I hope you like zucchini cuz it looks like you will have plenty!

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I've been getting it since early May! Due to our extreme drought conditions

though, I only planted one. It's barely keeping up with me, but that's okay!

Today's lunch was grilled pieces drizzled with sesame oil, lightly sprinkled

with garlic salt, and then topped with coarse ground fresh Parmesan. So

yummy, I could eat it several days in a row!
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valerie;1458914 wrote: Sure say SUMMER to me:

https://www.flickr.com/gp/65966450@N06/y26w61

:-6


Zucchini: An often over-looked vegetable. They're not very popular in Sweden but I don't know why. They're great! Even raw! But what currency is that coin? Is it a Mexican Peso?
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I eat them raw, too HT.

The coin is what's called a 'Quarter' i.e., 1/4 of the American dollar.
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valerie;1459039 wrote: I eat them raw, too HT.




Yes. They're good raw. I probalby wouldn't have thought they were good when I was a young boy (like spinach) but I like them now, even spinach! :)
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Once you take the coin out does it grow another one?

Or is that just with Mint
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:yh_rotfl

I took the coin out right after I took the pic and I don't

remember what it did! ;)

(Got lots of spearmint here, too!)
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FourPart;1459215 wrote: Once you take the coin out does it grow another one?

Or is that just with Mint


In Sweden we spell it "mynt".

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