Tasty Tuesday: Vintage Vegetables
If the highlight of the vegetable garden this year is eating your own veg, then choosing what to grow in the first place is a close runner up. But it’s hard to pick something from a photograph – it might look nice, but how does it taste? It would be a great shame to have spent months lovingly tending your vegetables, only to feel massively disappointed when you cook it up and discover it tastes of nothing
Many modern varieties of vegetables are grown especially for good cropping, uniform shapes, and the ability to shrug off beasties. Heritage varieties, however, are less productive but they have stood the test of time because they taste nice
We’ve been asking around our Woolly friends to see which varieties of different kinds of vegetables actually taste the best. Here are their Woolly recommendations for the tastiest veg varieties.