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 Serial/Series Title: Community: Slow Food
 Collection: José L. Castillo Photograph Collection
[Bowls of red and yellow micro tomatoes]

[Bowls of red and yellow micro tomatoes]

Date: August 26, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of two bowls - one with cut, yellow micro tomatoes and the other with cut, red micro tomatoes. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Chef preparing micro vegetable salad]

[Chef preparing micro vegetable salad]

Date: August 26, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of a chef preparing an organic salad made of micro vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Chef with salad of micro vegetables]

[Chef with salad of micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: A chef places a yellow tomato on top of an organic salad made of micro vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Close-up of fingers and micro vegetables]

[Close-up of fingers and micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Close-up of fingers and micro vegetables in soil. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Close-up of fingers grasping micro vegetables]

[Close-up of fingers grasping micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Close-up of fingers and micro vegetables in soil. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Close-up of green, micro vegetables]

[Close-up of green, micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Close-up of green, micro vegetables in soil. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Close-up of micro vegetables]

[Close-up of micro vegetables]

Date: August 23, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Close-up of green, micro vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Dish with micro vegetable salad]

[Dish with micro vegetable salad]

Date: August 26, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of a dish that contains an organic salad made of micro vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Dropping seeds]

[Dropping seeds]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: A man with a tatooed arm drops small seeds into containers of soil. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
[Examining micro vegetables]

[Examining micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of Salvador Huiza, wearing a baseball cap, tending to containers full of green, micro vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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