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  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture IV: The History of Hypnotism and Somnambulism
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    • him, while you give him a potato: this is a pear, take and eat it! — And
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • often dug in the winter and potatoes laid in them; the potatoes keep
    • that in the autumn, country-folk bury their potatoes because the
  • Title: Secrets/Threshold: Lecture V
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    • “Well, I must get back to the kitchen. We're having potato
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 5: Necessity and Past, Chance and Present
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    • homogeneous. “Potato” is an English loan from some Red
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 6: New Spiritual Impulses in History
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    • [haulm: stems of beans and peas and potatoes and grasses collectively as used for thatching and bedding.],
  • Title: Ancient Myths: Lecture VII
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    • affect the potato crop very seriously, one gets very bad crops if
    • there are many grubs. And a man who has anything to do with potato
  • Title: Younger Generation: Lecture XII
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    • mean — as when the peasant out in the country puts potatoes
    • of these potatoes because men have lost the faculty of getting right
  • Title: Lecture: The Spiritual Communion of Mankind
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    • during Winter and put their potatoes in them. Down there in the earth
    • the potatoes last splendidly through the Winter, which would not be
  • Title: Spiritual Communion: Lecture I: Midsummer and Midwinter Mysteries
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    • during Winter and put their potatoes in them. Down there in the
    • earth the potatoes last splendidly through the Winter, which
  • Title: Man/Symphony: Lecture IV
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    • fact that in winter peasants put their potatoes into the earth, cover
    • winter, within the earth. On the surface of the earth potatoes become
    • frosted; they do not become frosted but remain really good potatoes if
    • be found in December at a certain depth within it. There the potato is
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume II: Lecture IX
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    • warmth of the sun in the summer is preserved; when you lay potatoes
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 4
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    • potatoes and let everything pass over us with indifference, we
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • offer him a potato we can suggest that it is a tasty pear and so on.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • offer him a potato we can suggest that it is a tasty pear and so on.
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
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    • — this can be done quite simply — in which potatoes
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • nutrition, we would be told that potatoes —carbohydrates
    • into the fact that what we eat in a potato, for example, is
    • carbohydrate there is in a potato or a kernel of corn. Rather,
    • When I eat a potato, which is related to the root, it is not
    • the potato to a state where it can be assimilated by the human
    • potatoes the task of digestion is imposed upon the midbrain.
    • present. If we eat potatoes in excess, we impose upon the
    • essential point is not whether a potato, or cabbage, or
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture IV
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    • Anyone as old as I am can say: I know how potatoes looked 50
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture V
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    • and scraps. There he would eat not only potato peelings but
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture VII
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    • too many potatoes. The situation is a little difficult because
    • eats too many potatoes; but my neighbour's little daughter eats
    • cannot be caused by potato-eating.” Something of this
    • from eating potatoes, because the organisation of children
    • differs, one child being able to assimilate more potato and
    • potatoes; it is shown by the fact that his memory does not
    • found by giving him fewer potatoes. It may even happen that
    • of the amount of potato does not bring about the required
    • child a tiny bit less potato; for the second week a very little
    • amount of potato.” In this case it is a question of
    • learnt, should have his potato ration gradually decreased, then
    • erroneously, to be the man who introduced the potato into
    • the one who introduced the potato into Europe. He didn't do so,
    • potato was, however, introduced into Europe in
    • development from the time when there were no potatoes to the
    • time when they were introduced. And, as you know, the potato is
    • made use of in alcohol-distilleries. So potatoes suddenly began
    • humanity. If you compare the increasing use of the potato with
    • the pre-potato age grasped things with less detail, but what
    • the potato people became quicker in regard to intelligent
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  • Title: Kingdom of Childhood: Lecture 5
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    • sides. So that if I am planting potatoes and put them at the same
    • potatoes in the two smaller fields together as in the larger one.
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • who, when they want to keep their potatoes through the winter,
    • dig pits of a certain depth and put the potatoes into them so
    • that they may keep for the following year. If the potatoes were
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture II
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    • their potatoes through the winter, dig pits of a certain depth and
    • put the potatoes into them so that they may keep for the following
    • year. If the potatoes were kept in an ordinary open cellar, they
  • Title: Curative Education: Lecture 6
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    • potato skins that had been thrown away as refuse.
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • means to grow mangolds, potatoes and corn! Without this foundation
    • to-day to eat such potatoes as I ate in my youth? It is so; I have
    • them then, can one now eat such potatoes. Many things have declined
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • turnips, potatoes and corn. Without this it is useless to
    • impossible to-day to obtain such fine potatoes as I
    • potatoes even in the districts in which they used to be
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • back; it is actually “caught:” Take the potato, for
    • example. With the potato this end must be attained. The blossoming
    • process must be kept below. For the potato is a stem and
    • stem-forming process is held back, retained in the potato itself. The
    • potato is not a root, it is a stem-formation held back. We must
    • in having the cosmic force retained in the potato.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • even gathers them. Now the potato plant is one in which the
    • growth of leaf and stem is held back. The potato is a
    • the potato itself. The potato is not a root but a stem which
    • has been held back. Potatoes must therefore be planted on sandy
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • — say he gets big potatoes; or anything else that swells and has
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • he has achieved big results — big potatoes, outsizes,
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • or roads, where cereals or potatoes or any other crops are growing.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • of fields planted with cereals, potatoes or any other
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • to rodents, are added to mashed potatoes and the bait is distributed.
    • the Earth the tendency to unfold the potato-seedling — these forces
    • occur with the potatoes every four years. Wherever this is so, we have
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • applied by mixing with mashed potatoes certain bacilli harmful
    • earth the faculty of bringing the seed potato to
    • development. Cockchafer grubs as well as seed potatoes are bred
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • so as to get new plants. With the potato, however, we do not do so.
    • We use the “eyes” of the potato. And so it is in many plants:
    • extent, in this respect, the potato is akin to the tomato.
    • The potato, too, works in a highly independent way, and in this sense:
    • use of potatoes is one of the factors that have made men and animals
    • materialistic since the introduction of potato cultivation into Europe.
    • We should only eat just enough potatoes to stimulate our brain and head-nature.
    • The eating of potatoes, above all, should not be overdone.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • we do not do this in the case of the potato. Here we use the
    • eyes of the tubers. This is the fruiting part of the potato
    • the potato, also a very independent plant in its effects
    • certainly reckon the excessive consumption of potatoes. The
    • consumption of potatoes should serve only to stimulate the
  • Title: Lecture XI
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    • potatoes, I must see to it that I get rid of them. I must do
    • certain amount of potatoes today I shall have double the amount in 15
  • Title: Lecture XIV
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    • How many nuts is a potato worth? We cannot ask a question like that
    • Nature-product united with human Labour: “Potato
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture III
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    • A question is asked about nutrition and about the potato as a foodstuff
    • know, it was not until the modern age that the potato was introduced
    • Europe did not eat potatoes but food of quite a different kind. The
    • essentially in substances like wheat, rye, lentils, beans, potatoes —
    • especially in potatoes.
    • potatoes — above all potatoes — we consume carbohydrates.
    • cannot eat the fruit of the potato plant, because it is poisonous.
    • There is a difference between the potato as a foodstuff and lentils,
    • beans, peas, rye, wheat, etc. What part of the potato plant do we
    • digested in the intestines. But the fruit of the potato plant cannot be
    • a potato is eaten it passes into the stomach and intestines where it
    • distribution over the body. On the other hand, when we eat potatoes
    • or potato-bread, the head has to cope with the actual digestion. But
    • potatoes, it becomes incapable of thinking in the real sense,
    • should relieve it of the task of digestion. So if potatoes are eaten
    • on the increase since the potato was introduced as an important
    • Europe from the moment the potato became an important constituent of
    • by the forces of sun, moon and stars. When a man feeds on potatoes,
    • potato food has helped to drive the modern age into materialism.
    • potatoes simply because they are cheap; the well-to-do can afford to
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  • Title: Lecture I: Nutrition and Health
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    • already spoken about potatoes; perhaps we could hear something about
    • carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are found particularly in potatoes, but
    • But now if we compare a potato to a carrot — well, first of all it
    • looks quite different. Of course, the potato plant has a green part.
    • up the potatoes, the hairs have already fallen away. Only in the first
    • moment when you are lifting a potato loose from the soil, the hairs
    • are still all over it. When we eat a potato, we are really eating a
    • reality it is stem. The leaves are metamorphosed. The potato is
    • But now, when we eat potatoes, first they go into the mouth and
    • by eating potatoes, I become strong. When I use my strength
    • I have already spoken about the potato. While it requires a terribly
    • have just given you holds good even for the potato.
    • Now to the same extent that the potato is a rather poor foodstuff, all
    • potatoes instead of cooked ones. If someone were to eat his potatoes
    • to transform those raw potatoes — which are almost starch already.
    • sufficient. So then the potatoes would reach the intestines and the
    • potatoes would just stay put in the intestines, for the subsequent
    • one eats raw potatoes, either one just loads one's stomach with them
    • potatoes undergo a preparatory stage through cooking or some other
    • either, and the potatoes go over properly into the blood and right up
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  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture VI
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    • on the body. You have already spoken about potatoes; perhaps we could
    • potatoes, but they are also found in large quantity in all other
    • But now if we compare a potato to a carrot — well,
    • first of all it looks quite different. Of course, the potato plant
    • When you gather up the potatoes, the hairs have already fallen away.
    • Only in the first moment when you are lifting a potato loose from the
    • soil, the hairs are still all over it. When we eat a potato, we are
    • potato is something down there between the root and the stem.
    • But now, when we eat potatoes, first they go into the
    • permeate myself with sugar by eating potatoes, I become strong. When
    • I have already spoken about the potato. While it
    • the potato.
    • Now to the same extent that the potato is a rather poor
    • would eat raw potatoes instead of cooked ones. If someone were to eat
    • his potatoes raw, his stomach would have to provide a tremendous
    • amount of warmth to transform those raw potatoes — which are
    • them would not be sufficient. So then the potatoes would reach the
    • of energy. Then the potatoes would just stay put in the intestines,
    • into the body. So if one eats raw potatoes, either one just loads
    • further digestion. But if the potatoes undergo a preparatory stage
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  • Title: Lecture II: Nutrition and Health
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    • which are to be found in potatoes, but especially in our held grains
    • potatoes, legumes, and grains goes over into our body. In fact, even
    • Among other things, they had no potatoes! Potatoes were not introduced
    • until later. The potato diet has exercised a strong influence. When
    • And then came the potato diet! The potato takes little care of lung
    • potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes is constantly
    • not become widespread until the potato diet was introduced. And the
    • else is grown but potatoes, where the people live on potatoes.
    • food. I have a boy who won't eat potatoes.”
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture VII
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    • potatoes, but especially in our field grains and legumes, then fats,
    • we consume in potatoes, legumes, and grains goes over into our body.
    • attention to that fact. Among other things, they had no potatoes!
    • Potatoes were not introduced until later. The potato diet has
    • And then came the potato diet! The potato takes little
    • to thank the potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes
    • tuberculosis, did not become widespread until the potato diet was
    • where almost nothing else is grown but potatoes, where the people
    • live on potatoes.
    • loathing for some food. I have a boy who won't eat potatoes.”
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture IX
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    • excessive consumption of potatoes, have transformed a very large part
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture X
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    • creatures are particularly harmful when they eat up our potatoes.
    • There are years when the potatoes are unharmed by these troublesome
    • potatoes — if you wait now for four years, the cockchafers will
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture XIII
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    • eating of potatoes. Once upon a time there were no potatoes in
    • introduced potatoes, but
    • because he was the man who first brought potatoes to Europe.
    • But now what about potatoes? Suppose a scientist or a
    • doctor were asked to say what effect potatoes have when they are
    • eaten. As you know, potatoes have become a staple. In some places it
    • potatoes for their nutritional value? He makes a laboratory
    • investigation to find what substances are contained in the potato. He
    • milk in addition to the chemical components. And in the potato, too,
    • only a name) genuine investigation is made into how the potato
    • nourishes the human being, the potato is found to be something that
    • potato. When potatoes are eaten in large quantities, the head becomes
    • There is a very great difference between eating potatoes
    • potatoes. Spiritual science finds that the eating of potatoes has
    • a potato or a comet. For spiritual knowledge alone enables us to
    • there is in potatoes, in cabbage, in salt, and so on. And then you
    • potatoes, they have had a nourishing meal. The truth is that the
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture XIV
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    • eats what are called carbohydrates — in potatoes, for instance
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Lecture II
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    • are eating too many potatoes. You will never find out
    • be useless to try to ascertain the effect of potatoes in the
    • potato. The potato passes with its forces so intensely into
    • the case of the potato only in the brain. In the brain, too,
    • detail later on. A person who eats too many potatoes may,
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Lecture VII
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    • wood, dig potatoes, work with a spade, sow seed, and such
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture II: Meditation
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    • eats sufficient potatoes — he need not eat many — along
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VII
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    • potatoes. You know, of course, that in the winter the
    • peasants bury their potatoes in trenches; then they keep
    • as for potatoes. We are not laid in trenches in order that we
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 4
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    • potatoes and let everything pass over us with indifference, we



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