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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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The new science of food.Removing environmental toxins from your body.

Started by Universal Divine Being AUSET Mar 30, 2015. 0 Replies

Mike Adams, The Health Ranger=================== BrasscheckTV Report wrote =================== Our environment is full of industrial toxins that are detrimental to our health - and are especially dangerous for children. So what do we do about it?…Continue

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Gates Foundation Plots from Profiting from Africa's Seed Systems. Simultaneous Demonstrations in London and Seattle.

Started by Universal Divine Being AUSET. Last reply by Universal Divine Being AUSET Mar 25, 2015. 4 Replies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 23, 2015 Contact: Heather Day, Executive Director…Continue

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OPEN LETTER * GARDENING * LOOKING DOWN * LOOKING UP

Started by ZaZa Lateefah Artiste Ahmad. Last reply by Madala Baba Fronse Mar 1, 2015. 1 Reply

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

BOOK: "Folks, this ain't normal" ...Calling for a return to local, sustainable farming

Started by Universal Divine Being AUSET. Last reply by Madala Baba Fronse Dec 20, 2014. 3 Replies

Folks, this ain't normalJoel SalatinCalling for a return to local, sustainable farmingJoel Salatin call himself an "environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer."He walks his talk, not just calling out factory farming, but showing, through the way he…Continue

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10 American Foods that are Banned in Other Countries

Started by Universal Divine Being AUSET Aug 7, 2014. 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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Reality check. Where meat comes from. Able to look it in the eye? CAN YOU KILL WHAT YOU EAT?

Started by Universal Divine Being AUSET May 7, 2014. 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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PRESS RELEASE. Africa’s Food Markets Could Create One Trillion Dollar Opportunity by 2030

Started by Universal Divine Being AUSET. 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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Comment by Madala Baba Fronse on January 2, 2013 at 3:43pm
A North Carolina State University grad student is trying to make the challenge of weed management a little easier for local organic wheat farmers.
More Wheat Options for Organic Producers May Be on the Horizon / Press Releases / News and Media / S
www.southernsare.org
Grants and outreach to advance sustainable innovations to the whole of American agriculture.
Comment by Madala Baba Fronse on December 26, 2012 at 7:00pm

Foods rich in enzymes

Comment by WACP 404 Data & Education on August 11, 2012 at 12:43pm

MEAT EATERS VS VEGETARIANS???

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on February 6, 2012 at 12:23am

 Mercy For Animals -THIS PRACTICE WE CAN SEE DURING ENSLAVEMENT OF OUR PEOPLE. WHAT IS ON THIS VIDEO THAT DID NOT HAPPEN TO OUR PEOPLE? WHAT IS ON THIS VIDEO THAT IS STILL HAPPENING TO PEOPLE WE DO NOT HEAR ABOUT.

http://wacptv.ning.com/video/farm-to-fridge-the-truth-behind-meat-p...

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on December 24, 2011 at 5:04pm

Communities along Nigeria’s Niger Delta have been put on alert following a major oil spill from the oil giant Shell.

 

Satellite images indicate the spill has spread over 356 square miles, appearing to be the worst in the area in over a decade. A massive oil slick is making its way to the Nigerian coast, threatening local wildlife and massive pollution along the shore. Shell says less than 40,000 barrels have leaked so far, but Nigeria’s National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency says the spill could be three times as large. The spill comes just four months after the United Nations said it would take 30 years and around $1 billion for a small section of the delta to recover from environmental damage caused by Shell and other companies.

 

 

http://www.democracynow.org/2011/12/23/headlines/massive_shell_oil_...

 

 

      Shell Oil Spill Approaches Nigerian Coast

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

 

 

Slicks from an oil spill off the Nigerian coast are expected to hit beaches within hours, affecting birds and other wildlife, The Associated Press reports. The spill, which possibly occurred when a tanker was being loaded in Royal Dutch Shell’s Bonga field, could be shaping as the worst witnessed offshore there in over a decade.

 

http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/12/22/shells-oil-spill-approach...

 

 

On Our Radar: Nigerian Coast Braces for Oil's Advance

 

Quote]: Nigerian authorities on Thursday put emergency measures in place to prevent the spill of less than 40,000 barrels from the Shell facility, the biggest leak in Nigeria for more than 13 years, washing up on its coast.

 

http://www.blogrunner.com/snapshot/D/3/5/on_our_radar_nigerian_coas...

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on December 19, 2011 at 8:58pm

Medieval Spanish ghost town becomes self-sufficient

It's a utopian fantasy- discover a ghost town and rebuild it in line with your ideals-, but in Spain where there are nearly 3000 abandoned villages (most dating back to the Middle Ages), some big dreamers have spent the past 3 decades doing just that.

There are now a few dozen "ecoaldeas" - ecovillages - in Spain, most build from the ashes of former Medieval towns. One of the first towns to be rediscovered was a tiny hamlet in the mountains of northern Navarra.

Lakabe was rediscovered in 1980 by a group of people living nearby who had lost their goats and "when they found their goats, they found Lakabe", explains Mauge Cañada, one of the early pioneers in the repopulation of the town.

The new inhabitants were all urbanites with no knowledge of country life so no one expected them to stay long. When they first began to rebuild, there was no road up to the town so horses were used to carry construction materials up the mountain. There was no electricity either so they lived with candles and oil lamps.

In the early years, they generated income by selling some of their harvest and working odd jobs like using their newfound construction experience to rebuild roofs outside town. Later they rebuilt the village bakery and sold bread to the outside world.

Their organic sourdough breads now sell so well that today they can get by without looking for work outside town, but it helps that they keep their costs at a minimum as a way of life. "There's an austerity that's part of the desire of people who come here," explains Mauge. "There's not a desire for consumption to consume. We try to live with what there is."

Today, the town generates all its own energy with the windmill, solar panels and a water turbine. It also has a wait list of people who'd like to move in, but Mauge says the answer is not for people to join what they have created, but to try to emulate them somewhere else.

"If you set your mind to it and there's a group of people who want to do it, physically they can do it, economically they can do it. What right now is more difficult is being willing to suffer hardship or difficulties or... these days people have a lot of trouble living in situations of shortage or what is seen as shortage but it isn't."

Original story here: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/medieval-spanish-ghost-town-no......

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Comment by Ifa Sango on September 29, 2011 at 9:51pm

Does Anyone have an opinion on this Pan-African Effort?

here is the link ..... http://www.wadupam.org/about

Comment by WACP707 HEALTH/PUBLIC SAFETY on September 2, 2011 at 12:53am
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Comment by Ifa Sango on August 8, 2011 at 8:12pm

Divine Isis:

Is this attempt by the status quo and their govt. henchmen to keep their white slaves from running away and being self-sufficient?

 

 

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