There’s one problem with growing your own food: you become a vegetable snob. Gardeners decide that the only corn worth eating are ears that went from the garden to the pot in less than five minutes, for example. I myself will only eat young, slender beans or small summer squash. And none of us would think of purchasing a store-bought tomato in the wintertime.
Once you discover how great young, fresh, homegrown veggies are you don’t want to look back.