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Re: Type O: The Irish and the Potato

Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: February 27, 1997 at 17:36:47

In Response To: Type O: The Irish and the Potato (Mary O'Connell)

Dear Mary,

The potato is a staple of the modern Irish diet, but this is relatively recent, as it was introduced into Ireland from America in the 1500's. The reason it is so prevalent in Ireland now is that it grows well in the Irish climate. It is not a traditional Celtic food in an anthropologic "O" sense.

Peter




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