“It was difficult for customers to eat our food on the go,” Ms. Scheibmeir said.
Scott Hinson wrote:When will we figure this out over here? I mean is it really that hard?
Paul B. wrote:Scott Hinson wrote:When will we figure this out over here? I mean is it really that hard?
Scott, I'm assuming that by "here" you mean when will North Americans ever adopt a similar approach to food. If that's it, then I'm with you on this..
Paul B. wrote:more people need to take an interest at a personal level in subjects such as farming, botany, animal husbandry, etc. How many people nowadays outside these professions actually know anything about these subjects? It's not often that you hear the average Joe saying, "I'm off to the library to read up on gardening or botany"
Also, we see food as a "manufactured" thing made by "professionals".
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