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Found this from the local grocery retailer. Has around 20k recipes which can be saved to your account.

The most recent recipe I liked. Quinoa and black beans are a common ingredient so far. https://www.kroger.com/r/mexican-quinoa-recipe/102115

Have gone through around 4k of them selecting around 200 to try and review on a food blog which I am setting up to track ingredients used.

Once finished, I'll know which ingredients to produce myself, organically to reduce costs preparing meals. For a lot of ingredients so far, local retail is reasonable for small quantities, fresh items, and liquids. Online shopping on sites like Amazon for dry ingredients in bulk up to 10-20 lbs. More weight than that, it is usually best to shop direct with a vendor or producer.
 
A berm makes a great wind break. And we all like to break wind once in a while. Like this tiny ad:
HARDY FRUIT TREES FOR ORGANIC AND PERMACULTURE
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