Eating Breakfast Traditional Chinese Breakfast Food

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then walked back to farmhouse to eat breakfast—Traditional Chinese Breakfast Food (Wu, “What the Chinese Eat for Breakfast” - ChinaHighlights) congee/rice porridge noodles soy milk mantou after breakfast, everyone went back to work:
Wang Hao + two sons worked in pigpen this time women’s jobs (Caracalla, “Men and Women in Agriculture” - FAO): take care of children cook and clean manage poultry + dairy animals, and take care of / feed pets (dogs) farmer + sons walked down slope of mountain to pigpen to feed pigs
Pig Farming: Feeding what pigs eat affect quality of meat (Funk, “How to Start a Small Pig Farm” - MotherEarthNews) pigs eat most foods that we eat (omnivorous), but must have balanced diet (Funk, “How to Start a Small Pig Farm” - MotherEarthNews) healthy food: corn (shouldn’t be only source of food), soybeans (for protein), rye (popular), fruits + vegetables, alfalfa hay (rich in Nitrogen, for protein) (Funk, “How to Start a Small Pig Farm” - MotherEarthNews) since farmer didn’t focus on planting crops, used another option: feed, which is pre-formulated by livestock nutritionists (Funk, “How to Start a Small Pig Farm” - MotherEarthNews), but can be expensive brought table scrap/scrap food from breakfast to feed pigs—must boil table scrap/scrap food to prevent bacteria + disease from entering pigs (Lloyd, “How To Start a Pig Farm” - RaisingPigs.Net), but shouldn’t only eat this b/c it’s not balanced diet (pig will grow slower) mandatory in pigs’ diet: clean

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