– A South African man has left many watering at the mouth after sharing pictures of the food he prepared
– In the post, he explained how the fruit, herbs and veg in most of the dishes come from a garden of his own
– Many were left inspired to do the same also sharing their thoughts in the filled-up comment section
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Reaching a point where you are able to eat from your very own garden is something many people undoubtedly aspire to do. A young South African man is one of the many who is currently living out that dream.
Taking to Facebook’s ImStaying group with a great attempt to persuade others to follow suit, he shared a post about how he has been growing his very own fruit and vegetables which he transformed into delectable home-made cuisine. The post also features videos and pictures of the foods as well as some snippets of him preparing them.
“#ChowWhatYouGrow #SonOfTheSoil #MusonzaIndustriesInc,” he captioned the highly inspirational and motivational Facebook post.
This local school principal is growing and eating his own food. Images: Emmanuel Musonza Jr./ImStaying
Bioreports compiled some of the reactions below:
Bhekumzi Jekwa wrote:
“Well done Mr Musonza Jr, it doesn’t look like you be going the supermarkets to buy butternut and other vegetables. Congrats.”
Clifford Denver Gavin said:
“You are amazing, absolutely awesome!”
Angelika Freiwald said:
“Wow, wonderful, you are so blessed to grow your own food all year round, where I am there is deep snow, nothing grows.”
Karen Brickhill said:
“Wow, how cool is your garden! Brilliant.”
Sarah Unsworth said:
“Too good!! Being vegetarian, love all those delicious healthy organic veggies!! Well done!”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that Lesego Lee Aries Mogale shared a post on Facebook in the #ImStaying group in which she explained that at the age of 11, her son has a green thumb and has grown an impressive vegetable garden.
She believed that her son will be a farmer in the future. The pictures show her son standing proudly in front of his garden.
“My 11-year-old son has his very own vegetable garden, he planted mealies, butternut and beansladies and gents we have a future farmer on our hands and for that, I am staying…”
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