2 edition of Oxford book of food plants found in the catalog.
Oxford book of food plants
|Statement||illustrations by B.E. Nicholson ; text by S.G. Harrison, G.B. Masefield, Michael Wallis.|
|Contributions||Harrison, S. G. 1924-, Masefield, G. B., Wallis, Michael, 1945-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
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Utilization of tropical foods: tropical beans. Coon, Nelson. Malnutrition, school feeding and educational performance. Non-Wood Forest Products No. The book repeats the concept several times but not in a boring way Annex 11, The land resource base.
Utilization of tropical foods: fruits and leaves. Agricultural Research Service, U. Lessons learned and future priorities. The production section encompasses agriculture, pastoralism, and the environment; using cookbooks as historical documents; food and empire; industrial foods; and fast food.
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Combs, G. Nutrition education: a proposal for a community-based approach. Siegel, A. United Nations University Press. McGraw-Hill Co. For example, readers will find authoritative coverage of fruit worldwide, both the varieties we commonly find at our local food stand apples, oranges, strawberries, kiwi, bananasand some we do not ordinarily see mangosteen, manzanilla, marang, tamarind, or whortleberry.
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Barwell, I. World Food Summit technical background documents, Vol. Nutrition Consultants' Reports Series No. Okeke, E.The book is based on the China–Cornell–Oxford Project, a year study—described by The New York Times as "the Grand Prix of epidemiology"—conducted by the Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, Cornell University, and the University of Oxford.
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