“Many people are put off by the appearance of the whole brain, especially uncooked, or by the very idea of eating it. In a list of 143 foods presented to Americans, brains, together with tripe and kidneys, were overwhelmingly rejected… BRAIN CAKES / ENGLAND Mash some poached brains with beaten egg yolks, a little flour, salt, cayenne, finely chopped parsely, sage, mace, and a little … Continue reading UNMENTIONABLE CUISINE by Calvin W.Schwabe

Carl Jung – Man and his Symbols

“As scientific understanding has grown, so our world has become dehumanized. Man feels himself isolated in the cosmos, because he is no longer involved in nature and has lost his emotional ‘unconscious identity’ with natural phenomena. These have slowly lost their symbolic implications. Thunder is no longer the voice of an angry god, nor is lightning his avenging missile. No river contains a spirit, no … Continue reading Carl Jung – Man and his Symbols

Chapter 12: Take One Step at a Time

Green Ink: An Introduction to Environmental Journalism by Michael Frome ” Think and live environmentally. Be informed by reading newspapers, journals and books. Actively support change, with your time and money. Focus on elements central to life, living simply, or at least simpler, removing distractions and superfluities…Get outdoors. Balance the introspection of writing by going outdoors. Camp, canoe, kayak, hike, walk, or sit in the … Continue reading Chapter 12: Take One Step at a Time