Monastery Garden Produce

The Monastery Gardens continue to flourish under the care of the Siddhidata Kulam. Here are just a few examples of their produce. The garden grows enough food to support the whole monastery.


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    Jai Guru !

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  17. Sarasvathi Iswarapatham says:

    Aloha! It really is lovely seeing this & all that the Monks do & produce, and also viewing all the lovely people coming to the monastery. Thank you.
    May I know in how many days were these Moong sprouts harvested?
    I tried soaking them just for one day.They had tiny sprouts & I cooked with Tofoo(soya cheese) stir fried.Delicious!

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  19. Lynda McClanahan says:

    Great looking roots! Glad to see the fruit flies don’t get all the tomatoes.

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