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Buying and Selling

"Every time you go to market you relive the story of Jack and the Beanstalk: you trade the family cow for worthless beans, but if you plant the beans, you can grow the vine by which you climb to the heavens to slay the giant or vampire that tyrannizes the community. Because you go to market, because you take the chance, because you take the elemental dare again, the community lives, prospers, survives."

A Garlic Testament, pg. 185, Stanley Crawford

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