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Blade-O'-Grass. Golden Grain. and Bread and Cheese and Kisses. By B. L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Benjamin Leopold Farjeon (12 May 1838 – 23 July 1903) was a... More > British novelist, playwright, printer and journalist. As an author, he was known for his huge output.Farjeon was born in London to Dinah Levy and Jacob Farjeon, Orthodox Jews. He was raised in Whitechapel and had no formal secular education. At fourteen, he entered the office of the Nonconformist, a Christian journal, to learn the printing trade. He broke away from the strict faith of his father and in 1854 immigrated to Australia. During the voyage he was moved from steerage to cabin class because he had produced some numbers of a ship newspaper, the Ocean Record.Farjeon worked as a gold miner in Victoria (Australia), started a newspaper, then went to New Zealand in 1861. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Farjeon< Less
Human's Perfect Food: Rediscovering Ancient Grain Jere By River Elderholly
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All prior extinctions including the holocaust of meteor bombardment have been caused by the loss of the primary or dominant plant form & the animal that propagated it. World money/political... More > paradigms known as Builder Burgers, Illuminati, Rockefellers, Rothchilds, & the other not as well known Jewish control-system families have been systematically removing the human food nitch in areas where humans live, all the world, through political & war machinery. Our food niche must be present with the presence of the human species or grass becomes extinct & desert on land, sea, & air ensues. A world desert is reversible: planting the human niche food Jere in areas of human habitation reestablishes ionic & chemical balance, rebuilding the environment. Why & how is Jere, our niche food, not present, where does it come from & when? This book describes my understanding as it was given to me by eating this wonderful food,researching science, language, & folklore, farming it & feeding it to my domestic animals.< Less
Mama's Cookbook By Mary Gerstner
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My mother was a German immigrant who came to the US after her marriage in 1929. Her cookbook contained recipes handwritten in German and newspaper clippings she collected through the 1960's. I have... More > transcribed and translated the German writing as well as the clippings. It turned out to be a memoir of sorts for me as each recipe or clipping triggered bits of kitchen nostalgia for me. Since the cookbook has deteriorated I am publishing it so that those that come after Mama and me will have a glimpse of what life was like for her.< Less
Nebraska Sky By Martha Johnson
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A small slice of the Nebraska sky, here and there. The plains afford a view of the sky mostly unobstructed by buildings or trees. Find a 'high hill' and you can get a 360 degree view without a... More > mountaintop! And you have a sea of prairie grass surrounding you - waves of golden grain.< Less
Cottage Economy By William Cobbett
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Reproduction of this work published 1833. Containing information relative to the brewing of beer, making of bread, keeping of cows, pigs, bees, ewes, goats, poultry, and rabbits, and relative to... More > other matters deemed useful in the conducting of the affairs of a labourer's family; to which are added, instructions relative to the selecting, the cutting and the bleaching of the plants of English grass and grain, for the purpose of making hats and bonnets; and also instructions for erecting and using ice-houses, after the Virginian manner. To which is added: The Poor Man's Friend; on, a defense of the rights of those who do the work, and fight the battles.< Less
Cottage Economy By William Cobbett
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Reproduction of this work published 1833. Containing information relative to the brewing of beer, making of bread, keeping of cows, pigs, bees, ewes, goats, poultry, and rabbits, and relative to... More > other matters deemed useful in the conducting of the affairs of a labourer's family; to which are added, instructions relative to the selecting, the cutting and the bleaching of the plants of English grass and grain, for the purpose of making hats and bonnets; and also instructions for erecting and using ice-houses, after the Virginian manner. To which is added: The Poor Man's Friend; on, a defense of the rights of those who do the work, and fight the battles.< Less
Cottage Economy By William Cobbett
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Cottage Economy, To Which Is Added The Poor Man's Friend By William Cobbett. CONTAINING: INFORMATION RELATIVE TO THE BREWING OF BEER, MAKING OF BREAD, KEEPING OF COWS, PIGS, BEES, EWES, GOATS,... More > POULTRY, AND RABBITS, AND RELATIVE TO OTHER MATTERS DEEMED USEFUL IN THE CONDUCTING OF THE AFFAIRS OF A LABOURER’S FAMILY; TO WHICH ARE ADDED, INSTRUCTIONS RELATIVE TO THE SELECTING, THE CUTTING AND THE BLEACHING OF THE PLANTS OF ENGLISH GRASS AND GRAIN, FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING HATS AND BONNETS; AND ALSO INSTRUCTIONS FOR ERECTING AND USING ICE-HOUSES, AFTER THE VIRGINIAN MANNER. TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE POOR MAN’S FRIEND; OR, A DEFENCE OF THE RIGHTS OF THOSE WHO DO THE WORK, AND FIGHT THE BATTLES. PUBLISHED BY JOHN DOYLE, 12, LIBERTY-ST. STEREOTYPED BY CONNER & COOKE. in 1833.< Less