The EAR can H-EAR the EAR-TH and the H-EAR-T
You L-EAR-N, you EAR-N, you count the Y-EAR-S
It is CL-EAR the EAR is more that it APP-EAR-S
Food for the EARS
Try cutting a mushroom in half and you will see that you are looking at a detailed portrait of the human ear. Mushrooms contain Vitamin D, which is necessary for bone health including all of those tiny bones in the ear which help transmit sound to the brain.
Wood ear mushrooms grow in clusters and actually resemble the shape of ears with curled edges around flat caps. They vary in size from a large button to teacup saucer. Glossy brown or black, wood ears have a mild flavor. They are often sold dried, but when soaked in hot water,they expand to six times their size!
Corn grows in “ears,” each of which is covered in rows of kernels that are protected first by the silk-like threads called “corn silk,” and finally, encased in a husk. The Indians say God whispered in their ears how to develop it; hence the name for corn is an “ear” of corn.
This post is an extract from the Heal U – Healthy Eating & Lifestyle program.
by Gary Dowse.
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