You know, turning swords into plowshares is somehow always timely.
Look what I just discovered: Green Fusion!
Guess where I’m going this weekend!?!
From the BioOrganics, Inc. newsletter:
What Do These Plants Want, Anyhow?
It bears repeating. Providing mycorrhizal fungi spores to plants is NOT giving them something “extra.” It is NOT a miracle-plant-food-sort-of-thingy. It is NOT some sort of mystical additive.
Simply put, a plant without mycorrhizae on its root system is not equipped to uptake the necessary nutrients to flourish. You can fiddle with “soil chemistry” as much as you wish, and you may have some short-term success, but if the plant has evolved a dependence on soil fungi over millions of years, that plant will not achieve its full genetic potential without the fungi.
Roxanne’s is a restaurant where they take sustainable eating to whole new level —
WHY SWITCH TO A LIVING FOODS DIET
Living foods are the key to our health and longevity. They allow our bodies to perform as they were meant to . . .
The dishes at Roxanne’s are pure, elegant and full of life. Our ingredients are all natural and organic. Our produce, fresh fruits, exotic herbs and edible flowers are from our own 3-acre garden, or from other small, local sustainable farmers and producers . . .
THE ECOLOGICAL DESIGN OF ROXANNE’S RESTAURANT
Just as our organic cuisine supports a more sustainable planet, our restaurant’s construction and interior design were driven by this principle. All of the wood used in the construction of the restaurant is either recycled, or certified sustainably harvested by the Forest Stewardship council, the most stringent certification organization. The front trellis is made from salvaged windfall Sonoma County Cypress. The racks in the wine room are being built from recycled cedar . . .
Anyone want to go out to eat? :)