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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Eating Non-locally

As a protest against “eating locally,” I've decided to try eating as non-locally as possible. Ideally, this would mean extraterrestrial food but we don't have that yet, so I'm looking for food that comes from as far away as possible.

The first example of this policy was to buy coconut oil that came from the Philippines. It was a violation of my earlier policy of never buying organic food but I figured it was acceptable since it's loaded with saturated fat.

A potential problem: New Zealand has passed a law banning kosher slaughter.

1 Comments:

Blogger lightning bulb said...

I believe there's a big wheel of cheese that went up in the spacex capsule. You could ring up Elon Musk and try to buy some space cheese.

8:35 AM  

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