Ever wonder what gives a cereal staying power? We found 11 cereals that surely didn’t have it. Do you remember any of these?
Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is one of the oldest known vegetables, developed from prickly lettuce, a wild plant around the Mediterranean and Caucasus regions which was used as a medicinal herb. Some reports point back as far as the Egyptians in 4500 BC, but it was cultivated by ancient Greeks and Romans. Lettuce comes in all [...]
THE HISTORY OF ST. PATRICK Patrick was born in Britian. His father was a wealthy alderman and a Christian. When Patrick was 16 years old, pirates captured him during a raid and sold him as a slave in Ireland. He served as a shepherd of an Irish Chieftain in Ulster. During his captivity, he dedicated [...]
(If you don’t have telescopic vision, the text balloon below says: “I am a Vegan, I only drink organic fruit and vegetable juice. I haven’t had blood since I saw that Cave Crisis show back in 2000. People try to give me a hard time about it, but look at these fangs… Obviously, we evolved [...]