Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Eating Local to Escape FDA Approved Poisons

Dear Local Readers:

I will continue to write my monthly column here instead of in Current in Carmel, Current in Westfield, and the South Side Times

Anyway, we're talking about eating local.

Less and less communities are able to feed themselves, much like New Guinea natives.

With oil prices raising and rising, receiving food from across the country will be unsustainable, in the long term. A term our leaders need to add to their vocabulary. The other day, Bush was asked about $4.00 a gallon gas, and he didn't even know about it. Is someone keeping an eye on him? He needs adult supervision. While the country burns, he's fiddleing around.

Become Independent:
Start growing something that you know you can handle. Or, get to know a farmer and support co-ops that feature local foods. Support the local economy. Join the local CSA: Consumer Supported Agriculture.

The government is slowly murdering us one fork full at a time with their 'chemicals'. Monsanto is the anti-Christ and is astutely aware their products harm the Holy Temple, but are blinded by profit. Let us pray to the Universe for their enlightenment.

For decades, scientist have accepted bribes and are threatened into saying something is safe when it is not. The more things change the more things stay the same.

Do as my brother suggests: "Be the change you want to see in the world"

Chef Wendell

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