Has it started?
I don’t know how great the source of the article is, but it lends a little hope.
In the short term at least, countries are rejecting GMO food in a purely businesslike way. Rather than GMO being voted out by the people for being ‘wrong’ (and leaving themselves open to costly lawsuits, remembering that the big GMO corporations like to sue countries that make laws against the product), these countries are expressing concerns about the product’s long term safety and demand has dropped very quickly.
Pressure on Cargill & ADM After China Rejects GMO Corn | Truthstream Media.
It seems incongruous to say ‘happy Good Friday’, since according to Christian tradition, it’s anything but.
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So I’m editing. So that means I’m procrastinating. Two pages in, I’m craving sugar, but I’ve recently decided to cut my sugar intake down, so there’s nothing in the house to fulfil me. I remembered seeing an Aussie video on Facebook (yup, more evidence of procrastination) that demonstrated this ‘non-sugar, non-dairy gelato’.
As an experiment, this one’s a keeper! It actually works.
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Yep, thanks to the nightmare that will henceforth be mysteriously known as ‘the spinach pie incident’, I have a large quantity of spinach & ricotta filling lying around. The thing is, what do you do with it? It’s not like you can turn it into soup.
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In the first of tonight’s double-whammy …. Spinach and ricotta makes a headline appearance, largely due to its prevalence in my kitchen at the present time.
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