- A South African man has left many watering at the mouth after sharing pictures of the food he prepared
- In the post, he explains how the fruit, herbs and veg in most of the dishes come from a garden of his own
- Many were left inspired to do the same also sharing their thoughts in the filled-up comment section
Reaching a point where you are able to eat from your very own garden is something many people undoubtedly aspire to do. A young South African man is one of the many who is currently living out that dream.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group with a great attempt to persuade others to follow suit, he shared a post about how he has been growing his very own fruit and vegetables which he transformed into delectable home-made cuisine. The post also features videos and pictures of the foods as well as some snippets of him preparing them.
"#ChowWhatYouGrow #SonOfTheSoil #MusonzaIndustriesInc," he captioned the highly inspirational and motivational Facebook post.
Meanwhile impressed Stayers had this to say:
Bhekumzi Jekwa wrote:
"Well done Mr Musonza Jr, it doesn't look like you be going the supermarkets to buy butternut and other vegetables. Congrats."
Clifford Denver Gavin said:
"You are amazing, absolutely awesome!"
Angelika Freiwald said:
"Wow, wonderful, you are so blessed to grow your own food all year round, where I am there is deep snow, nothing grows."
Karen Brickhill said:
"Wow, how cool is your garden! Brilliant."
Sarah Unsworth said:
"Too good!! Being vegetarian, love all those delicious healthy organic veggies!! Well done!"
In similar inspirational Briefly.co.za news, while many enjoyed varsity life and all the fun days that it often came with, not everyone had it very easy, Tebogo Mmako is one of those who had to push and struggle to come out with his qualification.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Mmako shared a heartwarming yet motivational post about how he and a friend used to eat dry pap and black tea while studying. He also mentions how they sadly ate their meal while others bought pricey foods from the canteen. He wrote in the Facebook post:
"I remember during my studies at the University of Limpopo, people will be running to the cafeteria to buy food for lunch and some will be eating nice food in their rooms.
"My friends and I Maesela Stan Aphane Jerry Kgobalala Moukangoe will be eating this. life was not easy at all. today I have two degrees working on my third qualification. #ImStaying"
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Source: Briefly News