Monthly Archives: November 2013

Irradiation of Food.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?GXQWY Food Irradiation. Canadian Food Inspection Agency What foods are currently permitted to be irradiated and sold in Canada? Currently, onions, potatoes, wheat, flour, whole wheat flour, and whole or ground spices and dehydrated seasonings are approved for irradiation and … Continue reading

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Fish (point of origin).

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?RWNGL 18 November 2013 Cod Periodically fish becomes a portion of my diet. My preference is for fish caught and processed in Canada, USA, NZ and Australia. We don’t get access to EU fish in Canada. After reading the labels … Continue reading

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Tomato Rootball.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?SOOZJ 4 November 2013 Tomato Rootball Pictures depicting a typical tomato root ball. There is no tap root and a cluster of roots surround the plant at a depth of about six inches and a foot in diameter. One or … Continue reading

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Supper.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?UWEDQ 3 November 2013 Supper. Supper, my second and last meal of the day. Basked potato, glass of mixed juice pumpkin and cranberry, baked garlic bulb, fried fillet of frozen fish. Condiment was pepper and butter. A smaller potato was … Continue reading

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Brussels Sprouts

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?QOEUO 1 November 2013 Brussels Sprouts. Two plants of brussels sprouts (Jade Cross) were collected. Each plant produced two pounds of sprouts. There were eight plants originally but the rabbits ate them off when young. Brussels sprouts grow well in … Continue reading

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