Questions And Answers On Garden Home Definition

David asks…

What is your definition of processed food?

My buddy Steve doesnt like to eat at the Old Country Buffet because he whines that it is processed food. To me everything is processed food. We grow tomatoes in a garden at home which goes through a process. We have to raise cattle for beef that goes through a process. What do you think?

Home Gardener answers:

Your buddy Steve is talking about food that is excessively put through a process that preserves it and gives it a longer shelf life. Food that is heated to high temperatures, has chemical additives (or even excess salt), and sealed is highly processed food. The tomatoes that are grown in your garden, pretty much get that way through nature. You put the seeds in the ground, (depends on the natural state of your dirt, you might have to process or prepare that to be a good medium for growing). You water, give it light, and hopefully don’t have to do pesticides. Then when the tomatoes are ripe, you just pick and eat. That’s about as natural as you can get. Processed foods go through that process and then some so that there’s time to get the foods trucked to the supermarket and wait on the shelf for you or I to pick up buy, store in our pantry for who knows how much longer, and finally eat. If you did nothing to your tomatoes after picking them, they’d last about a week at the most. Some of the processed foods that we can buy can last for years.

Kirstie asks…

What’s your definition of “home”?

This is a quote from a movie called Garden State:

Andrew Largeman: You know that point in your life when you realize the house you grew up in isn’t really your home anymore? All of a sudden even though you have some place where you put your s**t, that idea of home is gone.

Sam: I still feel at home in my house.

Andrew Largeman: You’ll see one day when you move out it just sort of happens one day and it’s gone. You feel like you can never get it back. It’s like you feel homesick for a place that doesn’t even exist. Maybe it’s like this rite of passage, you know. You won’t ever have this feeling again until you create a new idea of home for yourself, you know, for your kids, for the family you start, it’s like a cycle or something. I don’t know, but I miss the idea of it, you know. Maybe that’s all family really is. A group of people that miss the same imaginary place.

Home Gardener answers:

Interesting. I never got homesick as a kid. We were reminded often enough as kid that it was not our house and that we owned nothing not even the clothes on our backs. Not cruelly but it was known. So i never had that feeling of “home” i had more a feeling of familiarity, a sentimental idea i guess. So when i moved out of my parents’ place i didn’t really feel much.
My definition of home is a place were you belong, where you go to and come from in an ever going circle. The place you return to from travels. It can also be with a person no matter where you physically are. It can take time to make a place feel like home i guess
my home has always been where i laid my head at night to sleep. Because i was my own home for the longest time. Be that in a car, a bench, a couch, and even a time or two just a jacket on the ground with another on top. I lived a gypsy lifestyle even though we had a house growing up. I used to leave it never knowing when i’d be back or where i was going. I spent most of my first 12 years riding around in different cars until i was old enough to not have to go all the time. Though i still love riding around in cars.
One day i hope to have a physical home. I am working on it. I got a home in another person that will just have to do till we can make up the money for some forever place.

Bob asks…

What are the sharing sites for home video with unlimited or best limit?

I have just bought a high definition camcorder and I am thinking of taking video of groundhogs and squirrels picking apples in my garden or my kids playing soccer, and show it to my friends and relatives in another country.

Hotmail has a 10 MB limit for attachment, and I think a high defintion (or a standard definition) video will probably exceed 10 MB.


Home Gardener answers:

has 5 gb of free web space

Thomas asks…

Do they get away with clawing your back?

Willow, we have to discuss the definition of scratching, just sayin…

*looks down* …….. Jees…..

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Home Gardener answers:

LOL– I went back to make sure I didn’t have a typo!
I know you like being scratched behind the ear!

<~~~home & garden :)

Daniel asks…

What is the difference between a BYB and a legitimate breeder who does actually breed in their back yard?

I know of a woman who breeds very high quality Yorkies who have compete at crufts and have several champions in their line with alot of splitters and buiers (not sure if that’s how you spell it) as well but she does it from her home and back garden, so does this make her a BYB or is she still a legitimate breeder? what is the actual definition of a BYB?

Home Gardener answers:

Well, the term BYB doesn’t mean literally back yard. It has to do with ethics. Its a Coin termed to refer to those with bad breeder ethics.

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