[permaculture] ginkgo

s.e. bell dance_epidemic at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 20 20:36:13 EDT 2008



  Two tips on preparing ginkgo fruits:

     Soak the whole fruits in salt water in order to wash off the caustic pulp. Once the nuts are rinsed clean, allow them to freeze (either in yr

     freezer or outside).   After thawing them,  try some in your morning porridge or on their own, roasted in a covered skillet,

    with a little oil and salt.  Some people say to eat only a few a day.

 
     










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> Over the last few weeks, the financial masters of the Universe have been meeting in grand conferences. Held in world capitals, the cash glitterati have been conspicuous in their open conspiracy to take from Main Street and give to Wall Street.
> They'd like for everyone to believe there is no alternative to their schemes. But that is part of their shock and awe propaganda campaign.
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> Although the national media will likely ignore this event, an important meeting to plan grassroots, community, Main Street alternatives as we go forward through the crash of the American Empire, will convene October 24-28.
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> This won't happen in a world capital, but rather in Hohenwald, Tennessee, which is about 80 miles from Nashville.
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> We will apply the design discipline of permaculture to the situation of a small rural town, and consider a sustainable way forward for that area through the coming decline years. Twenty presenters/instructors include community investment experts, sustainability entrepreneurs, permaculture designers, and local food system people.
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> We will learn to map the financial eco-system of a community, to apply permaculture principles to a business plan, and invest in sustainable, grassroots, home-grown enterprises.
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> Hello Friends-
> Any ideas or recipes to harness the medicinal value of ginkgo fruits?
> Blessings,
> Rainbow
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> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 4:49 PM, Paul Kosuth wrote:
>> Can I eat the seeds of the paw paws now that the fruit stage has gone
>> by (which I missed..) I am able to pick up some of the dried up pods
>> with seeds. Are they ok to eat?
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>> Paul K..southern Illinois
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