The greens are talked about, here and there. In this particular case, though, it's not about greens. It's about seeds. I'm aware that the greens are edible, but first I need to get them to actually grow and thrive here, which means growing from seed and adapting them to my environment.
Alder Burns wrote:Just about every thread I see on here and elsewhere about sweet potatoes neglects to mention this fact, and I haven't seen it here yet either, though I admit I read through it pretty quickly. EAT THE GREENS!! They are wonderful briefly cooked up and used any way one would use spinach; while having the advantage of growing through the long hot summer, unlike most other greens except for tougher things like collards and a few other uncommon tropicals. You can regularly prune the tips and cook them stem and all, and this can help keep the vines a bit more controlled especially in a small garden. I think I read somewhere you can pick about 20% of the leaves without affecting the yield of the roots. This tidbit raises their value in a subsistence system quite significantly....
Acetylsalicylic acid is aspirin. This could be handy too:
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