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The Edible Heirloom Garden

by Rosalind Creasy

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Seeds are a link to the past. Immigrants smuggled them into this country in the lining of their suitcases, under the bands of their hats, and in the hems of their dresses.
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Big glossy beautiful photos. Recipes in the back.
Potatoes - Solanum tuberosum -- Potatoes originated in the High Andes. They are full of vitamins, minerals, some protein, and they are filled with slow-burning fuel and fiber.

HOW TO GROW:...
VARIETIES Ronniger's Seed and Potato Company and Becker's Seed Potatoes are mail order sources specializing in potatoes.
'ALL BLUE' :more than 80 days, purple blue flesh all the way through, medium-sized potatoes good for mashing, steaming or baking
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