Monthly Archives: July 2013

Sour Dough Bread

As with other foods, the confusion about sourdough bread is in the modern language misuse (“Dispute over whether ‘breads ain’t breads’ leaves sour taste”, The Age, 14/7/13). For thousands of years bread was made with flour – plain grounded grain, not … Continue reading

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Smashing plates

To Nick Xenophon and Annabel Crabb: dancing on broken plates is silly, not funny; breaking plates is a senseless waste, not a Greek tradition (Kitchen Cabinet, ABC1 TV, 16/7/13). In earlier years the smashing of plates was only practiced in a … Continue reading

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GM food

Before embarking on highly selective arguments in support of GM food (Comment, The Age, 4/7/13), Nicolle Flint could: address our current wasteful food practices; give preference to plant-based food so that we reduce the consumption of excessive meat and animal-derived foods … Continue reading

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