July 29, 2021

The garden is always growing, and so is your garden.

But while you’re waiting for the flowers to blossom, think of how you can help them flourish.

Vegetables drawing: The perfect vegetable dip For those who don’t enjoy the taste of garlic or other spices, a vegetable dip can be a tasty alternative.

This simple recipe can be made ahead of time, in advance of your planting, and used to make the dip, as well as other dips and dipsets.

Use a vegetable to add flavour to the dip.

A variety of vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, and cabbage will all be good choices, as will a variety of herbs.

You’ll want to keep in mind the time needed to cook the vegetable in advance, as it’s a very delicate process.

A great way to use this recipe is to make a few batches and freeze them for later use.

This is great if you’ve got a few leftovers.

If you’re looking to buy ingredients, check out our list of easy ingredients to get you started.

How to make vegetable dip: Start with a fresh vegetable (such as potatoes) and add a pinch of salt.

Cover the vegetable with a thin layer of flour, and bake for around 20 minutes.

Meanwhile, make the dipping ingredients.

In a large bowl, combine the vegetable dip ingredients.

Fold in a pinch or two of salt and a generous pinch of cinnamon.

Taste to ensure it’s ready.

Dip the vegetables in the dipping, add a generous spoonful of the vegetable sauce and the remaining flour.

Dip again and again, until all the vegetables have been dipped.

Serve immediately, with a drizzle of olive oil or other tasty dipping sauce. Enjoy!