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... with them at the end of my trip (through Lesley
who also works there) but at least I was able to come to the class once. I
spent the whole afternoon with the class and afterwards when I was walking home
they waved me over to join them in the park. They were mostly very young, 17 to
20, but I didn’t mind spending some time with them. One young man, Frankie,
... harvesting from the trees, things for the
workshop…carambola (starfruit), oranges, sweet lemons, tangerine lemons, limes,
mango, papaya, herbs, chayote, some other squash, a strange fruit I have never
seen before, and pineapple. I made a list of what we would make, decided on an
order in which to make them (from sweet to sour so that we can reuse pots
without imparting a pickled flavor on a jelly) from longest cook time to
shortest. Since ...
... the weekends are the most fun!
Just a little extra Blerb before I go to bed.... after first writing this post I decided to take stock of what I had done thus far. I thought back to how everyone (professors etc.) kept saying "write as much as you can" before I left for my first independent field research. Well....I have blisters on my wrists (from rubbing on my laptop) ...
... what else did I
have to do for the day? So I packed my backpack with water, oranges and some
sweet bread I had bought from the women’s farm stand on Friday, but as I was
heading out the door Norma stopped me and took my arm leading me to the
restaurant. She introduced me to her son
Fabrico, who was visiting from San Ramone for the elections (on Sunday) and
used to work as a Canopy Tour Guide, he spoke very ...
... gooey coating. No joke
it looked like a glass full of tiny frog’s eggs. It was very similar to those chia seed “super
food” drinks you can get in the states, in fact that may have been what it was…
It took me a few tries to drink it without making a mess, the gooeyness around
the seeds kind of stuck together making it difficult to sip, you had to gulp
it. It tasted fresh and ...