|back to main board||collapse thread|
|Rhubarb (26/05/13 21:22:03)||Reply|
Harvest, remove leaves, cut, peel, cut into pieces, boil down with sugar, add potato starch, boil for a few seconds, pour in a bowl, spread a tablespoon of sugar over it, let cool.
Before the end of June it's best (less fibers - more tender).
Never mind about the toxicology - moderate amounts are no problem.
|I wish I could plant rhubarb to eat it raw (28/05/13 12:52:14)||Reply|
|Could it be a neolithic tool? (29/05/13 13:45:42)||Reply|
|neolithic axe (30/05/13 22:37:28)||Reply|
imagine a stone
born in volcano fire
waiting in the mud
for some hundred million years
then imagine a hand
choosing it among thousands
shaping and polishing it carefully,
during long winter days
stone against stone
and then combining it with leather strings
to a good stick
a technological tool
and imagine that tool
and then resting again in the mud
for some other dozens centuries
thousands of rotations
buried in silence and darkness
waiting for your hand
to find it
|Re: Could it be a neolithic tool? (31/05/13 07:58:52)||Reply|
I'd rather think it was carried in from the seashore or a river bed by a person who, like you, found it to be beautiful and attractive.
|It simply feels like a tool (31/05/13 12:42:12)||Reply|
I've added a few more pictures for you to see.
|Re: Re: Could it be a neolithic tool? (31/05/13 13:09:07)||Reply|
just google images for "neolithical axe"
it is rather convincing.
you can also see how it was used in hand, or mounted on a stick.
|A reminder (12/06/13 17:45:39)||Reply|
|Weather Report: "You are rambling" (15/06/13 12:33:18)||Reply|
Love is a must, fraternity is all, all the rest is just but dust particules following the winds that blows.
Nice pics of sand or water blasted stone but, the one I found is definitly a hatchet on one side and a hammer on the other; do you want me to try to mount the tool in order to unleash its powers on wood, bamboo or flesh as a demonstration?
|Bamboo, please (16/06/13 13:49:07)||Reply|
|Or maybe (16/06/13 15:53:18)||Reply|
|This board has been visited 391418 times||Current time is 12/11/19 10:56:07|