price of stones notes on food production

The Price of Stones Notes
Food Production
Chapter 1

• Posho – cornmeal – undercooked, the beans used for the sauce had weevil eggs and larvae on them. Expired.
Chapter 2
• No notes on food production
Chapter 3
• No notes on food production
Chapter 4
• No notes on food production
Chapter 5
• The family members would e assigned chores, then those who were chosen would go the shamba, or the garden field, and harvest millet
• They harvested by snapping seed heads from the stalks
• The heads would be dried and then pounded to retrieve the small seeds to make akaro which is a doughy mix of ground seeds and cassave rolled into a ball and served in a small basket
Chapter 6
• No notes on food production
Chapter 7
• No notes on food production
Chapter 8
• No notes on food production
Chapter 9
• No notes on food production
Chapter 10
• Onesmus harvested coffee, tomatoes, and eggplants to sell while living with his aunt.
Chapter 11
• No notes food production
Chapter 12
• No notes on food production
Chapter 13
• No notes on food production
Chapter 14
• No notes on food production
Chapter 15
• No notes on food production
Chapter 16
• The school received seeds from Seed and Light International
• Some are meant to planted at the school for food to use in the children’s lunches
• They also give the kids seeds to take home to plant and sell
Chapter 17
• No notes on food production
Chapter 18
• No notes on food production
Chapter 19
• No notes on food production
Chapter 20
• No notes on food production
Chapter 21
• No notes on food production
Chapter 22
• No notes on food production
Chapter 23
• No notes on food production
Chapter 24
• No notes on food production
Chapter 25
• No notes on food production
Chapter 26
• No notes on food production
Chapter 27
• No notes on food production
Chapter 28
• No notes on food production
Chapter 29
• No notes on food production
Chapter 30
• No notes on food production
Chapter 31
• Many villages in Uganda have water and soil pollution with bacteria from animal and human waste
• Everything cooked except fruit
Chapter 32
• Graduation morning Faida had nearly 20 people working for her catering company all preparing meat, bananas, beans, ground nuts, and vegetables
• All three hearths in the school kitchen were bring large saucepans to a boil

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