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Old September 29, 2019   #16
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Besides a food bank, there are also places such as The Mission here that house and feed homeless people, and don't forget the senior centers or the meals on wheels people. A church is a good place to arrange to leave a free basket with produce or plants for the taking. Adopt a grade school class and donate plants to them to take home and grow.
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Old October 4, 2019   #17
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I'm sorry to hear about your friend.

Here are some ideas on what to do with the tomatoes:
* Pickle and can them. If they're firm cherries, they're probably great for that.
* Use them to assist in making chile sauce.The Ball Blue Book of Preserving has a lot of cool recipes.
* Dry them.
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