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may i suggest…. fission? chicken kiev
vansig wrote: may i suggest…. fission? chicken kiev
Some sushi dishes may also be appropriate.
Hey, I didn’t know Bananas were radioactive! http://blogs.houstonpress.com/eating/2010/08/radioactive_foods.php Lots of foodstuffs to put in the fission section.
Atomic Age side dishes: http://www.slashfood.com/2010/08/25/radioactive-food/
Best if served on red fiestaware: http://fiestadishes.info/radioactive-red-fiestaware
radiation all around: http://flatrock.org.nz/topics/environment/common_radioactive_items.htm
Good thing we went for white sapphire (good old Aluminium Oxide) and hydrothermal emerald for the Mrs’ engagement ring.
We hear that atmospheric CO2 can be reduced by switching from mammal meat to insects. Related to the Fusion Food Campaign, this news inspires a cookbook: the “Alternative Energy Futures Cookbook”.
The book will be divided into chapters. Each chapter suggests the foods available when a different energy supply predominates.
Heavy on fossil fuels? BBQ Insect.
Wind energy? Sliced bird Sandwiches.
Solar? Sheep on a bed of clover, cooked in solar ovens.
Rezwan wrote: Hey, I didn’t know Bananas were radioactive!
yes, because they’re rich in potassium. K-40 is a beta emitter with half-life of 1.21 billion years and natural abundance of 0.0117%
anything can be balanced…. everything is a frequency….
Humor from Fusionists. Now I have seen everything except a quark.
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