Bought some locally-made jam from GSH Conserves at the Made In Singapore market today. The owner, Joey, used to work for NParks but decided to strike it out on his own. I like that he uses tropical fruits to make the jams (love the sweet potato and ginger jam - it tastes just like the dessert soup and has the same comfort food feeling), the idea is to get people to think about where their food comes from and the ecological impact of bringing that food to your table. Wouldn’t it be great if we could all get fresh produce from our local community garden or even our own planter boxes? Actually.. What would it take for us to be say 50% self sufficient in fruits or even vegetables?