Everything You Want to Know about Organic Turmeric & It’s Benefits

Source: GrowingYourGreens
John Cole
January 27, 2017

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a field trip to Three Sisters Organic Permaculture Farm in South Florida to share with you the most important food crop you are probably not eating: Turmeric.

In this episode, you will learn everything you wanted to know about turmeric and more! You will learn some of the health benefits of turmeric, how to grow turmeric, how to harvest turmeric, and how to purchase organic turmeric you can eat or grow to grow more turmeric.

You will also discover one part of the turmeric plant that is edible that most people don’t eat.

Finally, John will sit down with Jon Gambino chef and farmer at Three Sisters Organic Farm and ask him the following questions, so you can learn more about growing and using turmeric:
15:55 Why did you have a problem growing turmeric?
18:14 Is Tumeric one of the most productive root crops that you grow?
20:15 What is the best way to use turmeric into your daily meals?
23:30 Why should someone purchase your organic turmeric instead of from other sources?
25:30 How can someone order the organic turmeric from you?

After watching this episode, you will know more about one of the most anti-inflammatory, and health-promoting plant foods on the entire planet.

Chef Buys Organic Permaculture Farm to Grow his own Living Pantry

Source: GrowingYourGreens
March 16, 2016

In this episode, John will first give you a tour around the farm, and take you through the fruit tree orchards and share many of the different fruits and vegetables they are growing to feed the local community.

You will discover some of the carbohydrate rich crops they grow at the Three Sisters Farm which includes Taro, Cassava & Sweet Potatoes. You will also discover a plethora of leafy greens and fruits they grow.

You will learn about the #1 anti-inflammatory root vegetable that everyone should grow and how you can easily grow it yourself. You will discover how the Chickens at Three Sisters farm are truly “free range” chickens and not “free range” according to industry definitions.

John will share with you many tropical edible plants that are easily grown in South Florida that Three Sisters Farm use in their farm-to-table dinners and brunches.

Finally, John will sit down with Chef Jon Gambino, the owner of the farm, and learn why Jon purchased the farm, and how they keep the farm running with just a crew of 4 people.

You will also learn more about Permaculture Farm Tours, Permaculture Classes, Fruit Stand, Food Truck and the Farm-To-Table events that are held at the farm.