INTRODUCTION TO HALOPHYTES!!
Courtesy of Scientific American
Ethical Markets has been promoting these nutritious salt loving plans grown in 22 countries on unused or degraded lands without pesticides or fertilizers, irrigated only with saltwater.
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Dr. Hazel Henderson and colleague NASA Chief Scientist Dennis Bushnell
These halophytes (quinoa now in supermarkets, China’s salt tolerant rice & Salicornia soon appearing in diets around the world). A delicious bean similar to the soybean family, many sample recipes and gourmet chefs!
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