Gilbert Fritz wrote:I've wondered how the Andean peasants do it, and I can't find anything about it. The seeds seem about as slow germinating and delicate as carrots; imagine trying to get thousands of carrot seeds to germinate in clay soil with a dry climate, without seed drill or other implements.
Jason Hernandez wrote:
So what I propose discussing is, why does it seem that so many people these days have to go on specialized diets? I'm not talking about switching from highly processed foods with lots of preservatives to natural foods; I mean why are people having to cut out even whole, wholesome foods like grains, or greens that contain oxalates, or (in my case) all kinds of meat?
John F Dean wrote:Concept wise, there was a cook book put out by Life Mag in the 50s. The format still fascinates me. First the was the bound book full of fantastic pictures, recipes, and stories. Then there was the second volume. It was a paper back work book version of volume 1with all of the recipes on punch out index cards.