Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
Favism is pretty common among beans... The poison is deactivated by intense cooking. Some people have run into problems with favism when using slow-cookers to cook kidney beans for example. I definitely wouldn't eat fava greens raw. And I have determined that I'm not going to sell fava greens, pods, or shellies at the farmer's market. Seems too risky to ask people to be prudent.
J Grouwstra wrote:I didn't even know there were trees growing in Iceland!
I did manage to find the journal you were trying to link to, by going to the main page of the Royal Scottish Forestry Society, then press the 'Journal' tab, then use the search function - I searched for 'Kilmun', and then it's result nr. 37. I don't know why direct linking doesn't work.
r ranson wrote:It's amazing what you can find by looking.
Today I was walking my new field, checking up on my fall rye which is nearly as tall as my big toe. When suddenly, next to the fence, something caught my eye.
Scott Fike wrote: ...why can Oxen get away with such a simple harness system whereas Horses and Mules cannot?