parable of the artichoke
Title
parable of the artichoke
Year
1964
Archive ID
64-14
Medium
Serigraph
Size
24"h x 36"w
Transcribed Text
Will survive hot, dry weather, poor soil yields carbohydrates as inulidies levulose upon hydrolysis starch hydrolysed to dextrose tubers yield rich on early removal of tops when left undisturbed in their wood. A mystery
Sam Eisenstein

Parable of the artichoke
Usually cynara scolymus, sometimes cariofo domestico or spinoso for soup with iron, mineral salts and iodine boiled, baked, fried, stuffed and salad
Whole, halved or quartered, hot with mayonnaise or butter a globe whole. Helianthus tuberosus (or girasole, from whence the mistake for Jerusalem) a sunflower for sheep, cattle, hogs, pickles
deep the Jerusalem artichoke requires deep, rich soil, ample moisture

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