Monthly Archives: January 2013

We’ve come a long way from Victory Gardens

This is a problem that I’ve seen with increasing frequency over the last year or two. I am currently checking out the citations because there is part of me that would very much like to prove that all of this … Continue reading

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The Oslo Lunch and Week Three

The Oslo Lunch was served to British Schoolchildren as an experiment during World War II to improve their health. It was cheap and took advantage of any vegetables that could have been grown in a small household garden. The makeup … Continue reading

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Can Food Deserts Become Oases? | Independent Lens Blog

I love the positive spin that this is taking – rather than bemoaning and condemning the food deserts, finding creative ways to fix the problem. Can Food Deserts Become Oases? | Independent Lens Blog. ADDITIONAL In the January Co-Operator, the … Continue reading

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King Louis XVI’s Blood Found In Decorative Squash Centuries After Beheading, DNA Study Shows

A bit gross but very interesting considering that it was long considered to be an apocryphal tale. King Louis XVI's Blood Found In Decorative Squash Centuries After Beheading, DNA Study Shows.

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