One of the most beautiful things about the Internet is that it allows us access to more stories and walks of life than ever before, and the blog Disabled Kitchen and Garden gives us a glimpse at what it is like to cook and grow food while disabled. The blog, written by Jules Sherred, a gender noncomforming autistic disabled trans man, highlights how cooking and gardening are not only beneficial for people with disabilities, but gives many tips and tricks for people with disabilties to use in their daily lives.
Sherred focuses a lot on the Instant Pot and Aerogardens, which both can be very helpful for people with disabilities. Sherred has multiple secondary disorders in addition to lupus and gives perspective about living with these disabilities as well as making both cooking and gardening work with modifications as needed. The result is a vibrant and colorful blog that provides insight and useful information for cooks and gardeners of all abilities.
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