And then again, it has been proven that meat is unnecessary as a food; and meat is obviously more difficult to produce than vegetable
food, less pleasant to prepare and handle, and more likely to be unclean.
little is to be expected of a nation, when the vegetable
mould is exhausted, and it is compelled to make manure of the bones of its fathers.
And there are plenty of vegetables
left in the garden.
Beneath him with new wonder now he views To all delight of human sense expos'd In narrow room Natures whole wealth, yea more, A Heaven on Earth, for blissful Paradise Of God the Garden was, by him in the East Of EDEN planted; EDEN stretchd her Line From AURAN Eastward to the Royal Towrs Of great SELEUCIA, built by GRECIAN Kings, Or where the Sons of EDEN long before Dwelt in TELASSAR: in this pleasant soile His farr more pleasant Garden God ordaind; Out of the fertil ground he caus'd to grow All Trees of noblest kind for sight, smell, taste; And all amid them stood the Tree of Life, High eminent, blooming Ambrosial Fruit Of vegetable
Gold; and next to Life Our Death the Tree of Knowledge grew fast by, Knowledge of Good bought dear by knowing ill.
As for me, I make no distinction between it and other vegetable
The third rose nearly two hundred feet into the air above a clump of underwood--a giant of a vegetable
, with a red column as big as a cottage, and a wide shadow around in which a company could have manoeuvred.
exclaimed Alice, who had not attended to this last remark, `it's a vegetable
It travelled for a time in the sky, and then it sank down and hovered over a large vegetable
garden surrounded by walls, so that he came safely to the ground amidst cabbages and vegetables
After the vegetable
products of this country, it seems not improper to mention the animals which are found in it, of which here are as great numbers, of as many different species, as in any country in the world: it is infested with lions of many kinds, among which are many of that which is called the lion royal.
The most sagacious and laborious naturalists have never yet succeeded in tracing with certainty the line which separates the district of vegetable
life from the neighboring region of unorganized matter, or which marks the ermination of the former and the commencement of the animal empire.
While she thus gauged her vats, Mademoiselle Cormon also attended to the repairs which the winter necessitated; she ordered the digging of her flower-beds and her vegetable
garden, from which she supplied her table.
This opinion, in its general form, was that of the sentience of all vegetable