Now that I have a house with a yard and, you know, dirt, I decided to plant things. Flowers seem pointless to me, so I grow plants for food. Mostly, I have herbs for cooking, but all children like flavorless foods, so I’ve stopped growing them. Instead I let my kids pick what I grew, figuring they’d be more likely to eat something they chose.
|"Grow these, daddy! Grow these!"|
|If you're too lazy to shell your own escargot, grow some artichokes.|
I had to dig a bit, but on one of the organic gardening message boards, I found a whole discussion thread about using primate corpses to grow plants, to feed pets, and as vitamin supplements. There were only about ten posts, but when one person asked where you would get dead primates in the United States (zoos charge exorbitant fees), a few people said they knew doctors and nurses who bagged spare parts for them before disposal.
|A handy chart I found on goorganicforlife.com|