Tickfoot is a gardener and permaculture enthusiast who posts about growing your own food and maintaining a garden. You can follow at:

➡️ @tickfoot (contains pictures of homegrown food, vegetables etc)

Tickfoot has a website at sensorstation.co

Open Source Gardens connects gardeners all around the world and encourages the use of open source seeds and similar philosophies. You can follow at:

➡️ @opensourcegardens@chaos.social (main account, in English and German)

➡️ @opensourcegardens@tube.tchncs.de (videos)

➡️ @handwritten (blog)

Their website is at opensourcegardens.info

Milliways is a volunteer group that supplies food, drink and other infrastructure to hacker camps in Europe and North America since 2003. You can follow at:

➡️ @milliways (contains images of food and drink)

More info from their website at milliways.info

YesterKitchen publishes retro food videos, showing how to make classic dishes from the past. You can follow at:

➡️ @yesterkitchen (food videos including meat dishes)

If the videos aren't visible from your server yet, you can see them all at tilvids.com/a/yesterkitchen/vi

(If you followed before March 2022, please read this - mstdn.social/@feditips/1079165)

Anders is a cookery fan from Sweden who posts pictures and descriptions of their latest food creations. You can follow at:

➡️ @lynxz (contains photos of food including meat dishes)

If the posts aren't visible from your server yet, you can see them all at kith.kitchen/@lynxz

Kolja posts delicious photos of their cookery, often asian recipes and some meat dishes. You can follow at:

➡️ @dumdidum@kith.kitchen

They are a photographer too, so the food pictures are high quality.

Kolja is a software engineer by day, you can follow their tech account at @dumdidum@mastodon.technology

Dave Finton posts about food, cookery and the ovens and gadgets he uses to cook with. You can follow at:

➡️ @zalasur (contains images of food, including meat dishes)

CuisineLibre is a French language site that features public domain and creative commons recipes for making food. You can follow them at:

➡️ @CuisineLibre (in French)

The website is at cuisine-libre.org

Note, the recipes may include pictures of meat dishes. However, the site also has plenty of vegan and vegetarian recipes too.

Open Source Gardens aims to connect gardeners around the world and encourage the use of open source seeds (plants which haven't been patented). You can follow at:

➡️ @opensourcegardens (in English and German)

Their website is at opensourcegardens.info

(Note that this is a different group to @opensourceseeds but they do support each other!)

Drew's Foods posts photos and descriptions of meals they have prepared using custom recipes. You can follow at:

➡️ @drews-foods

The food is mainly vegan or vegetarian, anything with meat is hidden by a content warning.

MrFunkEdude makes videos about bread and philosophy. You can follow at:

➡️ @mrfunkedude@tube.tchncs.de

They are also on Mastodon at @Mrfunkedude@mastodon.social and PixelFed at @MrFunkEdude@pixelfed.social

If the videos aren't visible on your instance yet, you can see them all at tube.tchncs.de/a/mrfunkedude/v

Karrot is a free open source platform for sharing real life resources (for example excess food, to prevent it going to waste).

You can follow the project at:

➡️ @karrot

The main instance is at karrot.world

You can find the source code at github.com/yunity

(The emphasis is on food, but the platform can be used to share anything.)

Ehash is Cookin' posts about food, cookery and produce. You can follow at:

➡️ @ehashman

(Note: this account posts pictures of food including meat dishes.)

Absinthe posts about home grown vegetables, flowers and other plants. You can follow at:

➡️ @absinthe

They also offer help to others who need advice on gardening.

Thomas Gideon makes beer, and also runs blogs/podcasts about food & drink and tech. You can follow at:

➡️ @cmdln

His blogs/podcasts are at peculiarcharacter.com (beer, food & drink) and thecommandline.net (technology).

Open Source Gardens aims to connect gardeners around the world, and encourage them to plant open source seeds (plant varieties which haven't been patented). You can follow at:

➡️ @opensourcegardens

Their website is at opensourcegardens.info

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