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"But the curious point is that the more profound our love is the less we are conscious of it as love. True, a nurse tells her child that she would like to eat it, but this is only an expression that shows an instinctive recognition of the fact that eating is a mode of; or rather the acme of; love." -Samuel Butler

 

Buddah’s Food

Sometime in the 7th century while making dough from wheat flour in a tub of cold water monks in China noticed that the more they kneaded the flour the more the starches dissipated. They kept kneading and were eventually left with a chewy protein-like substance which they called Mien Ching or Buddha’s Food, simmering it […]

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