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101 - Agri-Culinary /Food

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101 - Agri-Culinary /Food

Welcome to the World's 1st On-line interactive Survival Almanac - Section 101. All about FOOD / PLANTS and the many individuals, news items, processes and systems that make up this vital component industrey... Plants, Flowers, Gardening, Farming, Hordiculture, Cooking, Serving Food, Food Preparation, Chefs, Catering, Juicing, Preserving, Canning... etc.

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10 American Foods that are Banned in Other Countries

Started by Universal Divine Being IsIs Aug 7. 0 Replies

Americans are slowly waking up to the sad fact that much of the food sold in the US is far inferior to the same foods sold in other nations. In fact, many of the foods you eat are BANNED in other countries. Here, I’ll review 10 American foods that…Continue

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OPEN LETTER * GARDENING * LOOKING DOWN * LOOKING UP

Started by ZaZa Lateefah Artiste Ahmad Jul 25. 0 Replies

An Open Letter to My Son Dear Noah, This is my 48th year around the sun and you, my first born, are now sixteen. I stop my weeding and look down at the ants.  I watch as they work together to build community and quickly move into action when their…Continue

Reality check. Where meat comes from. Able to look it in the eye? CAN YOU KILL WHAT YOU EAT?

Started by Universal Divine Being IsIs May 7. 0 Replies

Reality check. Where meat comes from. Able to look it in the eye?Pay close attention to the female killing the sheep.Able to look it in the eye?I have nothing against eating meat or people who eat meat.But I don't eat meat myself.One of the reason's…Continue

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VAGAN NOTICE

Started by TheArtiste Hassan Mar 2. 0 Replies

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PRESS RELEASE. Africa’s Food Markets Could Create One Trillion Dollar Opportunity by 2030

Started by Universal Divine Being IsIs. Last reply by Ifa Sango Nov 7, 2013. 1 Reply

PRESS RELEASEAfrica’s Food Markets Could Create One Trillion Dollar Opportunity by 2030WASHINGTON, March 4, 2013 - Africa’s farmers and agribusinesses could create a trillion-dollar food market by 2030 if they can expand their access to more…Continue

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evolutionary relationship between humans and plants.

Started by Universal Divine Being IsIs Nov 6, 2013. 0 Replies

The Botany of Desire, a free PBS documentary on the evolutionary relationship between humans and plants.Food, clothing, shelter - life It's astonishing how little we learn about plants in school or through the media.We're dependent on them - 100%…Continue

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HOW TO TELL IF YOUR FOOD IS GENETICALLY MODIFIED, ORGANIC OR CONVENTIONAL

Started by ZaZa Lateefah Artiste Ahmad. Last reply by ZaZa Lateefah Artiste Ahmad Aug 21, 2013. 1 Reply

(NaturalNews) We live in a world where genetic modification of the food supply is extremely prevalent. It is extremely important to be able to identify whether or not your food has been a target of genetic modification, or sprayed with pesticides.…Continue

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Comment by MCh101 - AGRI-CULINARY on March 3, 2010 at 4:00pm
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What Does a Dietitian Do?

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CAN'T GROW FOOD IN YOUR OWN GARDEN IN AMERICA?

After months of negotiation behind the scenes and speeches in front of C-SPAN cameras inside the Beltway, and years of growing concern among consumers that the food on our dinner tables might make us sick, the U.S. Senate passed the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (S. 510) by a 73 to 25 vote this morning.

That's great news for the vast numbers of American consumers who want to trust that the food they bring home from the grocery store and serve to their families won't make them sick. Once it's enacted, this historic legislation will protect consumers from preventable food-borne illness.

This victory for consumers comes not a moment too soon.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in four Americans get sick, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, and more than 5000 people die each year in the United States from eating contaminated food.

In the United States, in the 21st Century, those numbers are both unbelievable and unacceptable.

Just during the Congressional recess this fall:


FDA's food safety authority fails to meet the food safety challenges of the 21st century. The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act will protect consumers by doing a number of things that most of us probably thought were already happening. For example:

 

  • Food manufacturers will be required to have food-safety plans that will prevent contaminated food from reaching consumers.
  • FDA will set responsible standards for produce safety, so parents can have confidence that fresh fruits and vegetables are nutritious and safe to serve to their children.
  • Food facilities will be required to be inspected more frequently to make sure they are following the rules.
  • Standards for imported food will be set to end the practice by foreign producers of dumping unsafe food on the American market.

A New York Times report on passage of the Senate bill contained a disturbing note:

Despite unusual bipartisan support on Capitol Hill and a strong push from the Obama administration, the bill could still die because there might not be enough time for the usual haggling between the Senate and House of Representatives, which passed its own version last year. Top House Democrats said that they would consider simply passing the Senate version to speed approval.

The House of Representatives passed its food safety bill more than a year ago. Since then, there have been more than 100 voluntary recalls of FDA regulated foods because of pathogens like salmonella and E coli.

Further delay will mean that more people get sick from preventable food borne illness. Congress should work quickly to finalize the food safety bill and deliver it to the President's desk.


 

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Comment by Ifa Sango on July 13, 2011 at 11:36am
Not gonna worry to much about the FED's ... Right now! ... Something is
eating up my Collards (Tomatos, Egg Plant is OK.   .... Help! ... I need a Natural or Organic insect repellent.   Somebody hook a Brutha up.
Comment by MCh101 - AGRI-CULINARY on July 13, 2011 at 6:51pm

Use powdered Cayane Pepper. You can sprinkle it directly on the leaves as it is human eatable but critters hate it. You may also dilute it with water and spray it from a bottle onto the plants with no harm to the plant. Hope this helps out a Brutha!

ZaZa

Comment by Ifa Sango on July 14, 2011 at 9:55am
Thank You ZaZa and Agr-Family for the info.  This is education at its finest.  The type of REAL education we need to get back to.

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