from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A freshwater fish, Coregonus pollan, resembling a herring
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A lake whitefish (Coregonus pollan), native of Ireland. In appearance it resembles a herring.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The so-called fresh-water herring of Ireland, a variety of whitefish technically known as Coregonus pollan, found in the various loughs. The corresponding variety of the Scotch lochs is called powan and vendace. See Coregonus and whitefish.
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So, yes, it's basis is a raw food vegan diet (I think bee pollan or honey might be used).
"The regular intake of nitrite-containing food appears to ensure that blood and tissue levels of nitrite and nitric oxide pools in the body are maintained at adequate levels." michael pollan
Dr. Hilda Raja's response to Michael Pinto's artic ... michael pollan: great article on food security in ... ironic, ain't it?
Oh, I'm planning on going b / c I want to know whether the food actually tastes better - and pollan has convinced me that industrial organic food does not taste better.
I generally don't care for her politics, but she's a good writer. yes. pollan: eat lettuce leaves and become one with your inner herbivore This blog is a natural product.
There's nothing like a nice thin slice of practically raw cold roasted beef, piled onto some lettuce with blue cheese dressing for dipping. pollan: eat lettuce leaves and become one with your inner herbivore This blog is a natural product.
Wear Clean Draws ( 'coz there's 5 million ways to kill a ceo) pollan: eat lettuce leaves and become one with your inner herbivore
That could be because corn farming in Iowa is not the same as corn farming in upstate NY. (one thing: it's dairy country, so the corn was grown, along with rye and some other grasses, to feed cows that produced milk, not meat, and they grazed in open fields as far as I could tell.) pollan: eat lettuce leaves and become one with your inner herbivore This blog is a natural product.