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Solitary Tree and the Farmer's Lines of Green - Hubli, Karnataka, India

Solitary Tree and the Farmer's Lines of Green - Hubli, Karnataka, India

Purslane has a bit of a mild sweet-sour taste. All parts of the plant are edible but make sure if you are wild harvesting make sure that you wash it well (it does grow on the ground) and it has not been sprayed with any pesticides or fertilizer.

Purslane has a bit of a mild sweet-sour taste. All parts of the plant are edible but One other tip…if the “purslane” you have harvested has a milky white sap in it, throw it away. It is not purslane but something called spruge. It is poisonous.

Blog: A bright future for agriculture, despite challenges http://agricen.ag/16pyBgY

Meeting the huge increase in food demand that comes with population growth will put a tremendous strain on agricultural production.

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so colorful! Market, Udaipur, India Travel and Photography from around the world.

Fresh Pick Indian market

Other countries have been using outdoor markets for thousands of years. I can't imagine not having a farmer's market to go to. So glad to hear that the number of markets are on a significant up swing in the US.

This is a portable vegetable market. When any train comes they just moved from their position. This is the cheapest vegetable market and mos...

This is a portable vegetable market. When any train comes they just moved from their position. This is the cheapest vegetable market and most of the customers are from the slum nearby. Taken from Tejgaon industrial area, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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India Market - 85-90% of India are vegetarians as Hindus view all life as sacred and hence dont eat meat

India Market - of India are vegetarians as Hindus view all life as sacred and hence dont eat meat

The story of an environmental activist (Dr. Vandana Shiva) and a farmer (Bija Devi) and their fight to preserve heirloom seeds in India amidst great opposition.

This links to the Seed Freedom map. People from around the world who don't want to be forced to eat GMOs are mapping their efforts to achieve seed/food sovereignty.

How To Make The World's Easiest Cheese Plus A Delicious Indian Recipe~AreWeCrazyOrWhat.net

How To Make The World's Easiest Cheese Plus A Delicious Indian Recipe

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