Recent comments in /f/Food

existential1 wrote

As someone who seed saves and propogates open pollinated seeds that grow well where i live without much, if any, human doesn't take too many generations to get carrots back to their more wild look. In fact, i have some that grow similar to the picture after just a few years (like 5 to 7 generations).

The most interesting thing to me is that it makes you eat more of the parts that are usually the regrowing greens of root vegetables.