kimchee in space!!!
granted, they kill it first and destroy it's beneficial bacteria with radiation, but it will still taste yummy, i think.
"Ordinary kimchi is teeming with microbes, like lactic acid bacteria, which help fermentation. On Earth they are harmless, but scientists feared they could turn dangerous in space if cosmic rays and other radiation cause them to mutate."
utopia 2008 could not come sooner. i'm probably not going to post again until then.
but when i do, i will document exciting gardening, fermenting, sprouting, and cooperative living adventures.
the bananas at the 4th st. co-op are really good right now. there is some controversy over the dead bug content (as an ingredient, not as an accident) of the "confectioner's glaze" on the chocolate-covered almonds and raisins that have been labeled "vegan" for a long time. anyway, uh, i'm going to avoid those.
check this out, look at those beautiful mason jars with sprouts in them!
ok, i'll back in a few weeks after moving.
i deleted my myspace profile, but i still have an email address and a phone.
scroll down to read about gravy, kale, garlic, and the hidden costs of agribusiness.