Tag Archives: food

Random thoughts

Random… as if this blog hasn’t been random enough.  Today I’ll share a few things that have crossed the path over the last several days.  These should touch upon science, farming, food, and living a measured life… hopefully going somewhat along the lines of the mission here. Science – several days ago I was doing […]

The Poor Deer

Farming is a fascinating enterprise. We need food to survive, and as omnivores our food pallet is fairly extensive. If it’s not poisonous, make it a meal. Farming allows us to be selective in what we choose to consume. Farming also allows us to limit our footprint… though with over seven billion of us, the […]

Framing Fancy Floating Farms for Futuristic Food

Two recent stories about future milk sources have passed through the lens here at GP… one brought to my attention by a son, and the other through the serendipity of some online source which assumed I might be interested. Battle of the plant milks. The Guardian published a piece1 looking at the various ‘milk’ products […]

Leaves

Gentle readers. Those paying attention may have spotted a trend for timing of the publication of thoughts here over the past many months… they’ve been coming at the end of the month. And those who know me appreciate the degree of procrastination I bring to a writing commitment. I have my reasons, and they work […]