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Sandwiches

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On June 10, 2020

The image above has been going around Twitter for a few days. So I spent some time today climbing Mt. Take and evaluating the state of the American sandwich and evaluating each of the sandwiches on th

The Moral Meats

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On May 21, 2020

Since we are talking a lot about meat right now, Jonathan Safran Foer argues that eating meat is terrible. I don’t really want to reference Foer because I dislike his writing so much. But at the

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Food Shortages?

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On April 12, 2020
With the collapse of the entire world economy overnight, exports have plummeted, which means that at least for now, there is lots of meat in the United States. But that is not necessarily stable, especially as COVID-19 rips through meatpacking plants. Conditions for meatpackers are horrible at the best of the times, with The Jungle […]
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The Taco Chronicles

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On August 14, 2019
I only got back from Mexico two weeks ago, but when I turned on Netflix last week looking for a different show, I saw something called The Taco Chronicles. Obviously I was going to check that out. This is a 6-part Mexican series on tacos and how awesome they are. Initially, it just made me […]
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On Authenticity

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On May 23, 2019
All “authenticity” actually means is white people feeling like they having a proper experience looking at other people. That this desire for authenticity–whether in food, music, clothing, language, or whatever–gets normalized and then used as an oppressive force against people who do not conform to those norms created from the outside is another agent of […]

Beyond Meat

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On April 16, 2019

I used to be a vegetarian for 10 years. That is no longer true. But one strong principle still stands–if the meat is terrible, why kill an animal for it? That’s especially true in low leve

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