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Gaia S Feasts

Author : Julia Ponsonby
ISBN : 0857840525
Genre : Cooking
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Gaia's Feasts is the much-anticipated follow-up to Gaia's Kitchen, winner of the Gourmand Best Vegetarian Cookbook prize. With inspiration from home and around the world, it offers an introduction to the Slow Food and Local Food movements, together with a mouth-watering selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free recipes, including: Soups Mains Salads Dips & Spreads Desserts Cakes Cookies Breads Every recipe gives family-sized quantities, as well as scaled-up amounts for groups as large as 50. Whether you're seeking new vegetarian recipes, or looking to expand your meat-free range, Gaia's Feasts will inspire you to cook delicious food for family, friends, and community.
Category: Cooking

Commensality From Everyday Food To Feast

Author : Susanne Kerner
ISBN : 9780857857293
Genre : Social Science
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Throughout time and in every culture, human beings have eaten together. Commensality - eating and drinking at the same table - is a fundamental social activity, which creates and cements relationships. It also sets boundaries, including or excluding people according to a set of criteria defined by the society. Particular scholarly attention has been paid to banquets and feasts, often hosted for religious, ritualistic or political purposes, but few studies have considered everyday commensality. Commensality: From Everyday Food to Feast offers an insight into this social practice in all its forms, from the most basic and mundane meals to the grandest occasions. Bringing together insights from anthropologists, archaeologists and historians, this volume offers a vast historical scope, ranging from the Late Neolithic period (6th millennium BC), through the Middle Ages, to the present day. The sixteen chapters include case studies from across the world, including the USA, Bolivia, China, Southeast Asia, Iran, Turkey, Portugal, Denmark and the UK. Connecting these diverse analyses is an understanding of commensality's role as a social and political tool, integral to the formation of personal and national identities. From first experiences of commensality in the sharing of food between a mother and child, to the inaugural dinner of the American president, this collection of essays celebrates the variety of human life and society.
Category: Social Science

Gaia S Garden

Author : Toby Hemenway
ISBN : 9781603582230
Genre : Gardening
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The first edition of Gaia’s Garden sparked the imagination of America’s home gardeners, introducing permaculture’s central message: Working with Nature, not against her, results in more beautiful, abundant, and forgiving gardens. This extensively revised and expanded second edition broadens the reach and depth of the permaculture approach for urban and suburban growers. Many people mistakenly think that ecological gardening—which involves growing a wide range of edible and other useful plants—can take place only on a large, multiacre scale. As Hemenway demonstrates, it’s fun and easy to create a “backyard ecosystem” by assembling communities of plants that can work cooperatively and perform a variety of functions, including: Building and maintaining soil fertility and structure Catching and conserving water in the landscape Providing habitat for beneficial insects, birds, and animals Growing an edible “forest” that yields seasonal fruits, nuts, and other foods This revised and updated edition also features a new chapter on urban permaculture, designed especially for people in cities and suburbs who have very limited growing space. Whatever size yard or garden you have to work with, you can apply basic permaculture principles to make it more diverse, more natural, more productive, and more beautiful. Best of all, once it’s established, an ecological garden will reduce or eliminate most of the backbreaking work that’s needed to maintain the typical lawn and garden.
Category: Gardening

Gaia S Body

Author : Tyler Volk
ISBN : 9781461221906
Genre : Science
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If the biosphere really is a single coherent system, then it must have something like a physiology. It must have systems and processes that perform living functions. In Gaia's Body, Tyler Volk describes the environment that enables the biosphere to exist, various ways of looking at its "anatomy" and "physiology", the major biogeographical regions such as rainforests, deserts, and tundra, the major substances the biosphere is made of, and the chemical cycles that keep it in balance. He then looks at the question of whether there are any long-term trends in the earth's evolution, and examines the role of humanity in Gaia's past and future. Both adherents and sceptics have often been concerned that Gaia theory contains too much goddess and too few verifiable hypotheses. This is the book that describes, for scientists, students, and lay readers alike, the theory's firm basis in science.
Category: Science

Census Of The Galaxy Challenges For Photometry And Spectrometry With Gaia

Author : Vladas Vansevicius
ISBN : 9789401003612
Genre : Science
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Astrometry from space was performed for the first time and with great success by the ESA Hipparcos satellite (1989-93). This mission was designed as an as trometry mission, but the use of a photon counting detector made it possible to produce very important photometric results: the most accurate astronomical pho tometry ever by the main Hipparcos mission in a very broad band of 120000 stars, and the two-colour Tycho-2 photometry of 2.5 million stars. The cornerstone ESA mission GAIA was approved in October 2000 for launch not later than 2012. This mission will use CCDs in time-delayed integration mode instead of the photo-cathode detectors used in Hipparcos. Due to the higher quantum efficiency of the CCDs, simultaneous integration of many stars, and larger tele scope apertures GAIA will utilize the star light a million times more efficiently than Hipparcos, resulting in astrometry and multi-colour photometry for one billion stars. GAIA photometry is crucial for the scientific utilization of the astrometric results, and the photometric data have a high scientific content in themselves.
Category: Science

Making Magic With Gaia

Author : Francesca Ciancimino Howell
ISBN : 9781609257682
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The author of Food, Festival and Religion shows how spiritual practices drawn from the ancient magical arts can help to heal Mother Earth. A Greenpeace activist, Wiccan High Priestess, and proud Soccer Mom, Francesca Howell has been involved in magical traditions and wildlife preservation since childhood. In this one-of-a-kind book, she shares her everyday suggestions for spiritual renewal through connecting with nature. The meditations, ceremonies, and spellcraft in Making Magic with Gaia spring from an ancient Pagan tradition of Earth stewardship, which blends deep ecology, magic, and activism to bring the reader into a closer communion and harmony with Mother Earth. Packed with practical suggestions (recycling, gardening without pesticides, and conserving water) and mystical rituals (shamanism, crystal magic, and Power Animals) for helping the planet, this book is written for anyone with a spiritual ecological awareness. Not the witchcraft of Gothic novels, Making Magic with Gaia is based on a modern religion with ancient roots that can heal the Earth as it heals the practitioner.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Gaia S Revenge

Author : P. H. Liotta
ISBN : UOM:39015066880090
Genre : Science
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Highlighting the connections between climate change and human security, this book elucidates what might happen when a mere 10-degree drop in average temperature results in a sudden inability to produce enough food, when rapidly advancing desertification produces water scarcities where none existed before, and when newly frozen landscapes lead to more power plants for energy, resulting in increased air pollution. The destabilizing effects of these possibilities create many potential challenges for U.S. national security in a globalized world in which we may have to intervene militarily to safeguard our interests around the globe. In February 2004, a Pentagon report on climate change and its implication for national security received extraordinary attention and publicity. Public attention, however, focused almost exclusively on portents of inevitable doom and disaster--most particularly on a scenario outlining a possible future similar to a climate event of 8,200 years ago and its impact on the availability of food, energy, and water. This book offers a broad examination of the meaning of climate change and global warming while maintaining a strategic perspective on the implications of environmental effects on all forms of security--national, international, and human (transcending borders and having more to do with basic resources). Given the uncertainty surrounding climate change as a specific event, the authors argue for recognizing the profound social, political, and human impact that could take place in the coming years. While recognizing the inherent dangers of prediction, Liotta and Shearer effectively present the case that the time to not only recognize--but deal with--potentially profound outcomes is now.
Category: Science

Gaias Guide

Author : Sandy Horn
ISBN : 0947922040
Genre : Lesbians
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Category: Lesbians

American Bookseller

Author :
ISBN : MINN:31951P00308529A
Genre : Booksellers and bookselling
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Gaia An Atlas Of Planet Management

Author : Gaia Books Limited
ISBN : UOM:39015029270306
Genre : Science
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Gathers information about the world's economy, population, cultures, health care, literacy, food supplies, employment, wildlife, ecology, natural resources, and energy supplies
Category: Science

The Gaia Atlas Of Planet Management

Author : Norman Myers
ISBN : IND:30000001238066
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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This atlas organizes the mass of available environmental data, statistical predictions and often conflicting opinions and solutions into a simple coherent structure. It is divided into seven sections: land, ocean, elements, evolution, humankind, civilization and management. Each of these is considered from three perspectives: potential resource, crises and management alternatives
Category: Conservation of natural resources

Gaia In Action

Author : Peter Bunyard
ISBN : UCSD:31822033270349
Genre : Biology
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A comprehensive anthology of the leading thinkers of Gaia theory, which views the earth as a living organism.
Category: Biology

Gaia The Thesis The Mechanisms And The Implications

Author : Peter Bunyard
ISBN : UOM:39015021562353
Genre : Biology
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The implications of the Gaia hypothesis are multitudinous. Three stand out as particularly important. First, nature can no longer be seen as a random assortment of different forms of life. Second, living organisms, instead of being competitive and aggressive, must on the contrary cooperate with each other and third, Gaia is best seen as a cybernetic system capable of maintaining its stability
Category: Biology

Richard Strauss

Author : William Mann
ISBN : UOM:39076006089283
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The author of this book attempts to interpret Strauss's development through the one most substantial branch of his music, his operas.
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Gaia State Of The Ark Atlas

Author : Lee Durrell
ISBN : IND:30000000761225
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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Category: Conservation of natural resources