The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Posted By: heidi
Last night I was browsing in the Peterson Field Guide to Medicinal Plants (Eastern/Central) , (Houghton Mifflin, 1990) and the following caught my eye:
At first glance this plant looks like a great potato substitute. Does anyone know if it is widely cultivated today, and if so, why itís not at my whole foods store? ;-)
In the interests of fostering an ER4YT-friendly agriculture, Iím performing little research projects to educate myself and disseminate useful info to farmers & others. Big croppers (and bakers) arenít going to switch from wheat to quinoa overnight! but Iíd like to learn more about how a transition could be made attractive & helped along. My hope is that we can shift from a wheat, corn and potato-heavy cultivation to one more in harmony with an optimal human diet, and to make that process as painless for the huge farming industry as possible.
Any groundnut-loving Pilgrims out there?
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OJoan -- Wednesday, 15 July 1998, at 1:20 p.m.
Paul K -- Thursday, 16 July 1998, at 10:36 a.m.
Dee McC -- Wednesday, 15 July 1998, at 8:52 a.m.
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