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Eating rice from bamboo roots

Jan Jacob Karl Eyferth

Eating rice from bamboo roots

the history of a papermaking community in West China, 1839-1998

by Jan Jacob Karl Eyferth

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Published by Universiteit Leiden in [Leiden .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Jiajiang Xian (China),
  • China,
  • Jiajiang Xian
    • Subjects:
    • Paper industry -- China -- History.,
    • Paper industry -- China -- Jiajiang Xian -- History.,
    • Jiajiang Xian (China) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJan Jacob Karl Eyferth.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9836.C62 E94 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 379 p. :
      Number of Pages379
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3987993M
      LC Control Number2001319053

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The process of transforming bamboo into paper involves production-related and social skills, as well as the everyday skills that allowed. This book charts the vicissitudes of a rural community of papermakers in Sichuan. The process of transforming bamboo into paper involves production-related and social skills, as well as the everyday skills that allowed these papermakers to survive in an era of tumultuous change.

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Overview Information Bamboo is a plant. Juice from young bamboo shoots is used to make medicine. People use bamboo for asthma, coughs, and gallbladder disorders. Some people eat bamboo. Jacob Eyferth is the author of Eating Rice from Bamboo Roots ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ), How China Works ( avg rating, 1 /5.

Eating Rice from Bamboo Roots: The Social History of a Community of Handicraft Papermakers in Rural Sichuan, – By Jacob Eyferth. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, xv. Eating Rice from Bamboo Roots The Social History of a Community of Handicraft Papermakers in Rural Sichuan, S Jacob Eyferth Published by the Harvard University Asia Center Distributed by Harvard University Press Cambridge (Massachusetts) and London Contents.

The book said to eat the young shoots, but there were no details or pictures as to what the young shoots look like or the time of year to harvest them.

clumping bamboo root systems clump together, making it easy to grow in pots. seeds or sap made into beer or wine; and bamboo rice (bamboo seeds) or white rice infused with bamboo extract.

Get this from a library. Eating rice from bamboo roots: the social history of a community of handicraft papermakers in rural Sichuan, [Jan Jacob Karl Eyferth; American Council of. Zongzi ([ɨ]; Chinese: 粽子) or simply zong (also pronounced as "Zhong" in Cantonese) is a traditional Chinese rice dish made of glutinous rice stuffed with different fillings and wrapped in bamboo leaves (generally of the species Indocalamus tessellatus), or sometimes with reed or other large flat leaves.

They are cooked by steaming or boiling. Bamboo shoots transport me to my favorite season, spring. I was initiated to eating bamboo shoots as a vegetable by a Japanese friend. For someone who grew in a Western environment, my idea of a vegetable had always been potatoes, broccoli, and kale.

But when I learned what bamboo shoots are and the wonderful dishes they make, I became a convert. Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Eyferth, Jan Jacob Karl, Eating rice from bamboo roots.

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Watering potted bamboo: Slightly on the dry side is always preferable to wet, soggy soil. A mature bamboo plant will let you know when it’s thirsty. Don’t water the plant until the leaves begin to curl.

Soil: Having well-draining, aerated soil will prevent root rot and other diseases. So, make sure you pay a lot of intention to the soil.Review: Jacob Eyferth, Eating Rice from Bamboo Roots: The Social History of a Community of Handicraft Papermakers in Rural Sichuan, – By Mareile Flitsch Get PDF ( KB).