hanzibra at svn.com.br
Sat Oct 28 11:37:13 EDT 2000
The book Stalking the Wild Asparagus has a whole chapter on edible products of the cattail. If you can´t find it ( it must be out of print by now), I can send you a copy...
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From: Débora U. Barocas e Peter J. Webb
Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2000 11:03 PM
Subject: We are one
Welcome comments Graham and welcome back to well being. The parallels are constant between all living beings. Wonderful that you could treat us with your insights as we all run the risk of being overcome by 'bindweed' at some point in life...
The more that we can see and be an integral part of our universe the more closely we can weave the threads into creation; life and permaculture invite us.
PS. While I'm here......I have a problem with Cat tails clogging up the pond in the Guarani indian reservation where I work once a week here in Sao Paulo, Brasil. I hear that they are edible, but don't know if the Guarani would be into eating them, as they are pretty traditional in their ways. Apart from pulling them out by the roots, is there some way that we can reclaim the pond to stock some fish??? Help
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