I want to formally introduce you to einkorn wheat. This wheat is one of the major heirloom grains domesticated some 10,000 years ago in the Tigris-Euphrates regions. When they mention grain in the Bible, they are speaking of einkorn. So… Read More ›
Month: December 2012
Popeye realized that his desire for spinach may be overwhelmed by his attraction for Olive Oil. “Sautéed spinach with Olive Oyl? Hmmmmm.” “How do you spell your name again?” New research from an Italian/US study has shown that olive oil… Read More ›
BEFORE GROW LIGHTS I had enlisted, during my teenage years, a fascination for plants. At college, my dorm room was a very small hole made of cement blocks (cinder blocks) with a suspended ceiling. I wanted to turn what looked… Read More ›
Cheese, Beautiful Cheese-How You Can Squeeze Out Even A Wee Bit Of Curd In Your Diet, If Your Watching Your Calories?
First, let’s go back in time, way, way back. Recent archeological research has reported that the earliest evidence of cheese making was found in perforated clay pots along the Vistula River in Poland. When they dated the evidence, it went… Read More ›