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Old August 13, 2017   #1
gssgarden
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Default Green...Giant...Sauce....YUM!!! ;)

After the taste tests, salads, sandwichs, and just snacking on them, I had enough to make a quart of Green Giant only sauce!

It's tangy, light, and will be wonderful on some chicken breasts!

Love experimenting in the garden!!

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Old August 13, 2017   #2
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Nice to see! I'm growing Green Giant for the first time this FL season. Can't wait to see how the plant grows and how the fruit tastes. I'm also growing Aunt Ruby's German Green along with 33 other varieties. Our season starts now and should have my first ripe tomato by 11/10.
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