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The Strawbridges, Dick and Brigit and their children James and Charlotte, are the stars of a new BBC2 series, It's Not Easy Being Green, about their transition from suburban life in the Malverns, where they recycled some waste and bought organic veg, to a lifestyle that is a rather darker shade of green.
Dick had aspirations to live off the land and be self-sufficient.
He says: "I like food, and being self-sufficient is the ultimate way of being in control.
"This was the cherry on the icing on the cake," says Brigit of the discovery of a freshwater spring bubbling out of the ground, sheathed in watercress.
"We're not skipping around with stars in our eyes - this is our real life." With food being central to their lives, the Strawbridges have learnt how to grow almost all their own vegetables.
In March, as well as the extraordinary salad from their solar-heated greenhouse, we have soup made from a medley of squash.
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