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Pumpkin soup

If you have a vegetable garden, there is a good chance that you will regularly serve a large pot of pumpkin soup in the coming weeks and months. Now there is nothing wrong with a classic pumpkin soup, especially when you serve it with a few crispy fried sage leaves. But since a little variety never hurts, here's a version for you with more surprising flavours, because variety is the spice of life, isn't it?

No time to rest

Aaahh June, the vegetable garden is finally paying off! Snow peas, broad beans, chard and lots of lettuce were already available, but now we also have early potatoes, carrots, beetroot, summer leek, broccoli, zucchini and cucumbers. We will have to wait a while for the tomatoes, but why complain when there are strawberries, raspberries and blueberries!

Direct sowing

April is the ideal month to sow your vegetable garden almost completely. Everything can be sown or planted, from potatoes to summer carrots and everything in between: beets, chard, lettuce, arugula, radishes, onions... Most of these crops are directly sown in open ground. The most accurate method is described below.