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July 06, 2011


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Glad you got redemption on your run. I love Mark Bittman and I love aricltes like this. The more this sort of information gets out there, the more America's attitudes about food and cooking will start to shift. Because part of the problem is just the perception. It doesn't matter if junk food really is more expensive if people PERCEIVE it as being cheaper, they will continue to buy it (especially if you take into account the time it takes to cook things and how difficult it can be for some individuals to get access to fresh foods). I think a shift toward more cooking at home is starting to happen it just needs to become more mainstream.


lol... great post. I wish her all the luck in the world when it comes to her market vegetable ‘project’.

Take care.

Walter Jeffries

*grin* And would you admire her more if she drank more? Gotta love that last line!

More power to her for keeping the land productive amongst all of the development pressure. It is hard. The buildings encroach and drive up the real estate taxes which makes it harder to earn a living from the land. A vicious cycle and I'm glad to see her succeeding there.

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