In which John discusses the quality of 18th century French bread and the nearness of history.
The books that most inspired this video are Cuisine and Culture by Linda Civitello... continue reading
posted by Aard Vark (oritteropo) 1 year 10 months ago • 471 views • 3:23
In this video I build a garden to grow Cassava and yams, two staple food crops. Cassava is a shrub that develops large edible roots. Yams are a climbing vine that produce large, edible underground bulbs... continue reading
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YouTube: Bakers will sometimes replace the butter, oil, or eggs in their breads, muffins, and assorted tasty treats with applesauce. That pretty much sounds like culinary magic, but it's not... it's culinary... continue reading
Cooking and leaching Black bean to remove the poison making it safe to eat. A basket was made to leach the poison out in a stream. Also shown are Atherton Oak nuts. The Aboriginal artifacts found near... continue reading
posted by Mordhaus3 years 6 months 1 week ago • 157 views • 4:51
I assume rye bread would give the biggest bang for your bakery dollar!
YouTube: A man walks in to a hospital super drunk... but claims he hasn't had a sip of alcohol. Join us today for SciShow medical... continue reading