Monthly Archives: February 2011

You’ve got to give credit where credit is due and this website is everything I ever wanted there to be (for this blog assignment). I mean, haters gonna hate, slaters gonna slate. I wish I had just come up with … Continue reading

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Where we (in the Burg) can buy fresh and local

Here’s a pretty handy website. Thank you, internet. This site is nice because you can put your zip code into a search box and find freshly grown fruits, vegetables, and locally-raised beef, poultry, etc… You can even narrow searches further … Continue reading

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Every Week is Mystery Meat

I think that regardless of wether you agree with my premise that we should be morally aware of how and where are meat is packaged, you would agree with me on these two scenarios. First scenario: you go to the … Continue reading

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Is Joel Salatin a cow/hog farmer or a farmer of men?

Obviously a joke but here is a line by Mr Salatin from the wonderful documentary Food Inc: “A culture that just uses a pig as a pile of protoplasmic inanimate structure, to be manipulated by whatever creative design the human … Continue reading

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Recent Visits to Poultry/Beef Processing Plants

There is such a difference between the poultry plant that my GSCI 101 class visited almost two weeks ago and the beef plant we just had the opportunity to visit. The first difference, you couldn’t smell the beef processing plant … Continue reading

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