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Endless green onions (no, seriously) →


I LOVE green onions but can’t often justify buying something just to use it as a garnish. Luckily, there is a solution to this dilemma: when you’ve used up your green onions, save the ends (the white parts), stick them in a glass of water, and set them on your kitchen counter. In about a week,…

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Mastbos, Breda, Netherlands.
Photography by Sonja Krzeminski

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In the Copper Canyons of Mexico there is a tribe of Native Americans called the Tarahumarawho are renown for their athletic abilities, especially in long distance running.

This hidden tribe of superathletes have developed a tradition of long distance running up to 200 miles (320km) in one session. There are reports of Tarahumara runners who ran 696km in one stretch.

In 1993, the Leadville Trail 100 ultramarathon organisers brought in five Tarahumara runners to compete with the world’s best endurance athletes. The winner was 52 year old Tarahumaran named Victoriano. He beat the first non-Tarahumaran finisher by a full hour.

Read more about the Tarahumara here.

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Mayan Women in Art 

In 2004, the murals of Calakmul were discovered, there was a woman of the Mayan nobles dressed in a blue transparent color, the color blue was the funeral and in according with my translation, the Mayan hieroglyph text says Ul-Ku -u Ba-Ix Sac Chan, which translates as the Sacred Atole of the Lady of the North. Refers to the atole that offers women noble to her people, in a ceremony that reminds us of the relationship between the power and the food in the agricultural Mayan World.

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Detail of the celestial globe from The Ambassadors (1533), Hans Holbein the Younger

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