For shits and giggles, let’s say that I, hypothetically of course, lived on a farm, a peach farm to be exact. I’ve picked all of my peaches and counted out the ones that I would need for canning. After I’ve done my counting I have two bushels of peaches left that I do not need.… Read More China, Britain, and the Poppy
Quinoa. Or, as my 2009 past self would have pronounced it Qi-no-a is perhaps the quintessential healthy food. Praised and exalted by patchouli scented foodies for the past couple of decades, quinoa, has all the qualities the health food scene desires. Quinoa has a great story. A recently discovered magic seed, highly adaptable to adverse… Read More Quinoa: A Lost Seed
Flax is a seed that is often left on the shelves. It’s plastic wrap covered in a film of dust and its expiry date itching closer to the discount bin. Flax seed is not exotic, at least not perceived as exotic. It does not originate from the dark depths of the Amazon, nor does it… Read More A story of Flax Seed, which was never meant to be a star.