What I am saying may strike you all as too revolutionary, but it is time
to rethink how we do most everything. Global trade in ideas, regional
commerce in products. Maybe then we can attempt to establish the true cost
of what we need. If I can afford the price of organic grapes from Chile in
January, then we probably are not factoring in all the true costs of the
Follow what the best restaurants do, cook locally produced, organic food
in season. Supply chains are supposed to be broken, a lot. Then you get
more efficient distribution, of whatever you need.
Sylvan Organic Farm
Anita Graf (Staff)" wrote:
> Gary Elliot wrote:
> > One can spend $40.00 a week for food, or
> > $100/week, The choice is how much labour is included in what we buy.
> Well, it also makes a big difference if you're buying organic. We
> buy for two, the only "processed" foods we buy are bread, cereal,
> pasta and tomato sauce/paste, we buy very little meat, but because
> we buy the organic version of everything we can, we find it difficult
> to spend less than $80-$100/week. (But I agree that non organic food
> is dirt cheap -- and junk food seems the cheapest of all.) Anita
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