Monthly Archives: February 2014

The taste of real grains, straight from the farm

Have you ever tasted young grain, still on the stalk, roasted in an open fire pit and threshed in front of you? I didn’t even know what it looked like. Or that one could eat it. Like most of us … Continue reading

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My Indian Valentine

I’m not a fan of Valentine’s Day, which, in the way it is celebrated in the West, makes single people feel like they shouldn’t be taking up space on the planet, and even those in relationships cringe with the burden … Continue reading

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Nod your way to agreement

Nod if you agree, that’s the accepted head gesture we do when we are presented with an idea and want to show a positive response to it. Well, it turns out, nodding before you even hear about the idea sets … Continue reading

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