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Posted by oliver

I'm often challenged by people who think that they would like to grow their own wheatgrass, and believe that it's going to be simple and avoid the need to acquire it in other ways. And it's well worth reading this list of FAQs, from one of the people/places where the grower is probably as knowledgeable as anyone else in the world about growing wheatgrass. It's far from easy, and there are plenty of trip points that you can be upended by.

Starting young

05 Feb 2013
Posted by oliver

I recently received the latest magazine from the Hippocrates Centre, in Florida.  I was hugely impressed by this article, written by Blake Clement, who is 15. He has a marginal advantage in his approach through being the son of the founder and director! However, that hasn't stopped him from seeing the right way to go. I like the maturity with which he observes what's happening to others around him who are going down the mainstream.

Posted by oliver

This is the second part of a two-part piece, the first having been posted last Thursday all about wheatgrass juice. Today, it’s all about broccoli sprout juice. It’s written by Susan Jones, she explains extremely successfully some of the key reasons why broccoli sprout juice is so favoured and so valuable. I’ve added a bit at the bottom!

Posted by oliver

Posted by oliver

I’m no different than anybody else, and I’m sure we are all constantly amazed at the ingenuity that some people come up with for overcoming problems.

Posted by oliver

Today's blog is using material in a post from Sustaination 

Posted by oliver

Something that I found today that is good to share. It came via Time Magazine, and was entitled "33 ways to eat environmentally friendly". Despite being of American origin, it all applies equally well wherever you are in the world.

Posted by oliver

Posted by oliver

The title is not novel, as is borrowed. It is the title that Michael Pollan gave to a blog he posted last week.

The part that is relevant is the content!

Posted by oliver

We are all the same, generally, in that we can marvel at the immense complexity that we humans can handle, yet we probably all yearn for something with a significantly more simplicity.