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A Million Questions for Stephen Barstow  RSS feed

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1) What is/are your favorite perennial vegetable(s) in _____ and why:
a. North America
b. South America
c. Europe
d. Asia
e. Australia
f. anywhere else

2) What is your favorite meal that you had while traveling and doing research for your book? What was in the meal, and how did it taste?

3) What was the most colorful meal on your travels, and in your experience, is there any truth to the statement that the more colorful a meal is the healthier it is?

4) What is the easiest perennial vegetable you have encountered to harvest, prepare, and eat?

5) Did any plants have a very interesting life cycle, and if so, may you elaborate on them?
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