Friday, March 6, 2009

Farming Friday: Broccoli edition

The multitalented MAG - He lains! He makes movies! - has a new skill:

He grows vegetables.

You see, his busy weekly schedule in yeshiva includes two hours of agriculture, and a few weeks ago, he brought home some school-grown radishes.

Then, last week, he showed up with a bag of broccoli:

IMG_4647 This picture was taken before trumot u’maasrot (tithes) were separated and before the broccoli was washed/soaked/checked, etc.

שבת שלום ומבורך

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Our Shiputzim staff!



  1. So glad you eat broccoli. In some right wing communities, no one is eating vegetables any more! Scares me.

    This look wonderful. Mazel tov on growing broccoli in a drought-like climate.

    One of my cousins in the north wants to study agriculture as his profession. I love that!

    Shabbat Shalom.

  2. w label
    but it dose not fill in
    the letters that are missing

  3. Leora - Actually, to be perfectly honest, we usually stick to frozen pre-checked broccoli. Using fresh broccoli (like the kind that MAG brought home) means dealing with the bugs, and IMHO, it's usually not worth the effort.

    YAT - What are you dressing up as this year? Inquiring minds want to know...

  4. i am dressing up to something
    very very special!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    to yat

  5. YAT - Great idea! I'm sure you'll be the hit of your neighborhood...
    Happy Purim!!


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