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Fried Peppers with Garlic, Lemon and Sea Salt

Sometimes having that spicy hot feeling brings out the best mouth-watering taste in a meal. For those who like it spicy and hot then this is definitely a meal to try out.

Ingredients

  • ¼ Cup of Vegetable Oil
  • 7 Ounces of Fresh Shishito Peppers or Fresh Green Chiles
  • 2 Large thin Sliced Garlic Cloves
  • ¼ teaspoon of Sea Salt
  • 2 teaspoons of fresh Lemon Juice

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Muthoni Hari Profile

12 years of part time farming was not enough for Muthoni Hari. She became tired of fulfilling other people’s dreams and visions and decided to quite full-time employment in favor of organic farming. Her need to become her own boss led her to venture into organic farming. She has been participating at the organic farmers market at Purdy Arms Restaurant since May 2015.

Besides participating at the organic farmers market, her ideal situation would be to make home deliveries.Fullscreen capture 1212016 124326 PM.bmp

She is keen on making sure there’s no wastage of her produce, she makes a relish from peppers before they go bad and jam from tree tomatoes and sells them.

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Celery Soup Recipe

Looking for a soup that has earthy flavor and is pretty versatile, then this scrumptious celery soup is definitely worth a try. Celery is known to be an impressive vegetable owing to the fact that a high percentage of it is water. It’s highly nutritious as its rich in Vitamin A, C and K. Want to go the veggie way? How about you start with this simple and amazingly delicious soup.

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Mary Wambui Mugo Profile

At the age of 72, Mary Wambui Mugo, has defied the odds to be one of the oldest farmers at the Purdy Arms Organic Farmers Market.  Every Saturday she braves the morning weather to be at the market by 9:00 a.m.  Having been a farmer since 1962, Mugo decided to shift to organic farming five years ago, and has been participating at the organic farmers market for five years now, which has been profitable enough to sustain her through the years. Before she made the shift to personally use organic products, Mugo says she used to get admitted to the hospital for long periods of time.  All that changed once she decided to reap the nutritious benefits of organic produce from her farm, she says she has strength in her body and has seen reduced trips to the hospital.

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Her knowledge on organic farming is vast, having learnt all about it for more than five years and received a certificate on completion. Situated in Dagoretti, she has a plot which is divided in four and among the things she grows includes: Spinach, bananas, butter nut, sukuma wiki (kales,) carrots, tomatoes, cabbages, cucumber, beans, celery, coriander, beans, sweet potato, African nightshade commonly referred to as Managu. She is in charge of her own farm and her grand children help in tilling, weeding and harvesting. Mugo’s biggest client is the Kenya Children’s Home (KCH) that purchases organic produce worth more than KES 35000 from different organic vendors. Most of her clients at the farmers market are people who have decided to shift to a healthier choice.

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