[permaculture] paleo permaculture

mIEKAL aND qazingulaza at gmail.com
Thu Nov 5 10:20:13 EST 2009


I finally have enough chestnuts to make chestnut flour.  Does anyone
know what the process to make it would be.  What would one use to mill
it?

~mIEKAL

On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 12:45 AM, Nicollas <permactiviste at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> i'm not following a paleo diet (neither i have my own property to set up a
> permaculture-own-grown food) yet, but i begin to lookup at the paleo diet,
>
> it seems that permaculture is particulary relevant to a paleo diet, and vice
> versa. If you think at what you could grown on your property or a field
> without machinery or plowing animals, you go vegetables, nuts, berries,
> fruits, livestock (poultry, fishes ...), plus wild herbs and mushrooms, ...
> here it is.
>
> it is not surprising that permaculture is a good way to grow food, as
> indeginous forms where used for a very long time by homo sapiens (
> http://www.anthropik.com/anthropik/2007/06/agriculture-or-permaculture-why-words-matter/index.html)
> and that it produces good food cause what indeginous eat was perfectly
> genetically fitted as well (concept of paleodiet).
>
> Grain floor could be, to a certain extend, could be replaced by chestnut
> floor.
>
>



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