Mimi Doesn't Eat Beans
Mimi got her view on beans from The Machines of Quebec. The Machines believed that at the beginning and composition of all things when the earth was still a whole, the bean arose. Their proof of this is that if you chew a bean to a pulp and expose it to the sun for a while, it gives out the scent of human seed. Also, if, when a bean is in flower, we were to take the bean and its flower, and put it into a pitcher and moisten it and then bury it in the earth, and then put river-worn rocks on top of the earth and then dig it up after a few days, it has the form of a womb, and if you examine it closely you should find (what looks like) the head of a child growing with it.