THE idea of a little on-the-job training at a Burgundy winery with more than a century of family intelligence to impart sounds pretty good to me. And it did to Owen Latta when he took the call from a mate at Pierre Naigeon's winery, where they were short on manpower..read more
Eating legumes instead of meat can make you healthier and wealthier, reports Paula Goodyer.
PETROL prices are soaring, but one Australian scientist believes the cost of filling a fuel tank could be cut to peanuts. Or soyabeans. Both, says Peter Gresshoff, are rich in oil that can be harvested to produce an efficient biodiesel.
Peeled or otherwise, the spring-only legumes are bright and sweet.
Legumes, also known as pulses, come in a variety of shapes and colours. The main varieties found in supermarkets and health food stores are: