Nepal_Agriculture

On our route, we saw many farms and most of the guesthouses had gardens or bought from local farmers.

The crops that we saw growing or ate included:  rice (bhaht), apples (syau). potatoes (ah-lu), corn (makai), squash, peas, mushrooms, carrots (gah-jar), cabbage, onions, spinach (pahlunggo or sag), mint, radishes (mu-lah), cucumbers, tomatoes (go-lbhe-dah), lemons (kahgati), mandarins (sun-ta-lah), figs, , ginger, buckwheat, barley, and wheat.

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  1. Enjoyed this post and it made me think of all the nasty processed food that I eat. Time for more green foods and homegrown veggies in my life!

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