That’s why I am so reluctant to dine out… You can hardly get a meal like that in Sofia.
“Back to basics” trend has started to pick up. Home agriculture has become as popular as pop culture (the gut feeling intensifies if you watch german tvs – growing food in your garden is for some reason extremely popular with germans).
So i decided to give it a try and check out my balcony agricultural capacity. I was on the lookout for something easy to grow and that’s how i came up with beans (i am more a tomato fan but tomatoes are really demanding). So that’s the result of about 2 months watering and sunshine:
You need to stretch ropes from the pot as beans loves climbing.
That’s a rewarding feeling.
Not much but it makes great pleasure to eat what you grew be it tiny. From a standard pot, you can get out three batches as the one below
So at the end of the day, growing food on the balcony doesn’t really solve your nutrition needs but i assure you it is a very awesome feeling to watch things grow and then hold what you produced and eventually eat it.
Even though this movie is rated 5.3/10 on IMDB, it is worth every minute of the 3 hours that you are going to “lose”. It is based on “The Sicilian” by Mario Puzo. Plot is not super original (as you can tell from the name, it is about Sicily, mafia, church, gangsters, poorness, hard life, justice etc.), but the way the story is told and the actor play are one of the best i have seen.
Even though he was stripped of his title and suffered many sanctions, Muhammad Ali refused to be subscribed in the army and go to Vietnam. “I ain’t got no quarrel with those Vietcong”.
I know it is kind of long (over an hour) but hey, try to explain your idea about the world in 2030 for less time 🙂