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re. smoothies and pedal power

  • Subject: [cg] re. smoothies and pedal power
  • From: "Neufeld" apneufeld@telus.net
  • Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 10:07:07 -0700

There is an organization here in Vancouver promoting Pedal-powered devices.  They have created a pedal-powered smoothie maker (a blender which uses a bike frame as an engine).  Some of you might be interested in this innovation.  They also have extensive experience working with grassroots organizations in Latin America to develop pedal-powered agricultural technologies for use by peasant groups.  Check out their web site:  www.pedalpower.org
Smoothies, by the way, can be made with just about any combination of ingredients.  I like to keep a concentrated orange juice around to add to my creations, along with various frozen fruits, yogurts, flavoured tofu for the vegans.  The genious of a smoothie is that it is always a creative process, and never the same twice.
Paul Neufeld

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