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For the record the apples I buy are 1.49/lb. No, you can't live off them. But I'm guessing they're a lot better for you per serving than those hockey pucks.
Failing to recover from those events, even if it's just birth, is a voluntary act.
Too many people to feed? Too many people.
Sitting on one's butt crying, "Poor me. Nothin' I can do but sit here. Spare some change?"
Compare frozen bean burritos to some beans, spices, and tortillas.
Or a few cuts of chicken breast to a bucket of Colonel Sanders.
$10 buys my lunch for a week with food left over, though that's probably a bit inflated as that includes deli meat.
During the growing season that cost decreases as I eat from my garden.
Originally posted by space cadet
The idea of this just makes my stomach turn. We know nothing about what this type of altercation to cells might do to humans, let alone the ick factor. And to me, it seems the world is scrambling for new ways to feed the people. Strange times indeed.
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Hahaha! I really don't care enough to sit here and figure out portion sizes per burrito so I'll take your word for it if you actually took the time to do that.
But you know, if you don't have anywhere to keep the leftovers will you actually have a microwave?
No usually two slices on my sammich, with apples, carrots, grapes, peanuts, whatever.
Of course water to drink, if anything at all (water is usually alkaline and will dilute your stomach acids).
My carrots are coming up nicely this year btw.