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My compassionate, sustainable sushi recipes and worthless pearls of life wisdom for the 21st Century and beyond.

That we eat in a way that is bad for our bodies and the world around us seems like a bizarre thing to do but it’s understandable.  As hunter-gatherers, humans needed to seek out the fattest, sweetest and saltiest foods to survive.  Today we eat overly fatty, sweet, salty manufactured food; so one of the biggest challenges for us is to reconfigure what we consider good food to be?  Imagine a new food pyramid where small animals such as insects and sardines would replace factory raised beef and chicken.  It’s not outlandish as it may seem; as the population of the world increases, we will need to find new ways of eating that are planet friendly. 

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    Novel idea: making invasive species palatable.
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