See How One Couple Squeezes An Entire Farm Onto Their Small Los Angeles Property

Erik and Kelly decided they'd rather grow their own artichokes than have to work at crummy jobs in order to buy them at the store. So naturally, they turned their urban house into a mini-farm.

I loved this home tour because it's also a radical reminder of what "home economics" really means. Learn why they actually hate the idea of "self-sufficiency" at 2:00, hear about a time when everyone in L.A. had chickens at 6:00, and check out their exotic milk-crate toilet at 11:00.

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