Daily Archives: 2010/05/11

Quote 2 – Book “Secrets of the Soil”

Introduction: pg. xvi-xxi
It remained for a German chemist, Fritz Haber, to discover in 1905 a laboratory process for turning the endless tons of free nitrogen in the air into liquid ammonia, 82 percent of which is nitrogen. By 1915 Karl Bosch, a German engineer, joined Haber in designing the first synthetic ammonia plant in the Reich, enabling the German High Command to indulge in the Kaiser’s war. German dye firms, banding together for patriotism and for profit, produced explosives, chemical fertilizers, drugs, and, as a bonus, the poison gases responsible for some 800,000 casualties in World War I. Continue reading
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Quote 1 – Documentary “Eating”

Presented by Mike Anderson
The web address from the film:    http://www.ravediet.com/
A quote from the ‘About‘ section of the above page:
This site is owned and operated by Mike Anderson, who is a medical researcher, author and filmmaker. Its purpose is to advance the cause of natural healing and serve as a gateway of information. Mike is part of a network of doctors, scientists and writers working together to advance the teaching of natural health. Mike has been honored for his work by being nominated for the Right Livelihood Award, better known as the alternative Nobel Prize.

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Note 4 (types of Milk)

I’m still using the same coconut milk I made originally. Still another cup full in the fridge. I don’t know what to call it as I didn’t strain it so it is liquidy…but also pulpy. Really doesn’t matter in the smoothies as its taste is buried. Continue reading

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19~Fruit smoothie (almond milk)

-4 strawberries with tops; 2 banana; 1 mango; 1 pear; 2 small peaches; 1 cup almond milk; 10 level teaspoons of coconut milk/paste; 2 heaping tablespoons hemp seed; 8 ice cubes Continue reading

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