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|Botanical foods (31/10/13 20:08:14)||Reply|
Before taking the dirty and certain way (looking up Kipling's Kim and browsing it) I found news. Like
phafra was one of the foods. Seems that's the same as buckwheat, which isn't a grain, but a plant related to rhubarb
which I ate with joy as a child
and which is a source of soups, for example the Russiand and Ukrainian shav. and other dishes too.
I had to get old to see that people of great countries had made advanced dishes from my humble childhood pleasure.
|Re: Botanical foods (02/11/13 19:50:46)||Reply|
" Once harvested, bitter cassava must be treated and prepared properly prior to human or animal consumption, while sweet cassava can be used after simple boiling."
But, as jm says in a recent post (not exactly, but closely enough I'd think): Those people are not on the endangered species list of the international mass media.
In common with the people drinking their moonshine spirits from plastic bags somewhere in the slums of (you name the city - I won't) and dying from methanol poisoning.
Or the tuberculosis.
But not now.
|Re: Botanical roots (07/11/13 20:50:56)||Reply|
what a bunch of cunts.
banned in my country
it was a fucking shit song anyway.
don't get me wrong
this was their worst hour
fuck all that homey.
when are u going to be around?
Don't make us round you up now, fella.
Stop playing hard to get.
Ok, we is mental, but u know?
we aint dat bad homey.
Or maybe you would prefer to abstain?
I can't say as I would blame you.
how about that eh?
|Re: Re: Botanical roots (07/11/13 22:09:23)||Reply|
Rhubarb? That's the Big Brother.
Hah - there was a saying that mandrakes grew from the sperm that was spilled when people were hanged. So the best specimens were to be found under the gallows.
|For the background (07/11/13 22:14:22)||Reply|
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