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Daily mythology: Gold and sugar

First, gold was for us the sun – Here comes the sun -, its rays reaching even very dark places. But we couldn’t reach it, Ikarus, trying to come near it, payed with his life. 235 more words

Sugar Dangers

I recently watched a video on the dangers of sugar. I was going through my FaceBook feed and one of my friends posted it. The video basically said that sugar is dangerous to our health. 257 more words

Physical Health

I feel naked

…without my camera. My trusty Panasonic Lumix LX100 has taken thousands of photographs in dusty, dirty environments in Africa and Asia. However, the focussing mechanism went on the blink last week and I have reluctantly sent it to a shop in Old Delhi to be cleaned and repaired. 104 more words

India

Making Sugar (part 2)

In Part 1, we got the cane from the field, unloaded it at the mill, chopped up, and now… into the mill it goes. 566 more words

Christianity

Dyeing for Some Sugar Cane

Sugar Cane in Okinawa (Source:www.ryukuheritagetextiles.com)

Sugar Cane Mill in Ryuku, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan (Source:www.ryukuheritagetextiles.com)

As the world goes for healthier eating habits of multi-grains, low carb/high fat ketogenic diets, or juicing regimens, so is fashion:  It’s moving towards a vegan diet.  355 more words

MATIC R + D

Sugar Cane

Jeans from Sugar Cane & Co (Source:www.heddels.com)

Sugar Cane field in Negros Occidental, the sugar capital of the Philippines.

(Source:www.agribusinessbrazil.com)

In a world of a perfectly circular economy, everything is in its place and everything has a place.  392 more words

MATIC R + D

Making Sugar

I live in the heart of sugar cane country.  I am literally surrounded by cane fields.  From my front porch, I have a view of oak trees and cane fields and in the summer, you can indeed hear it grow (the cane, that is).  748 more words

Louisiana