Archive for March, 2011

Homegrown, Sustainable Wheat

I’ve biked past the wheat fields of Kansas/Colorado. I saw the seemingly endless fields of annual corn + wheat GMOs. The centralized food industry of the United States has evolved far beyond traditional farming. Today, our farming techniques are very good at producing mass quantities of drought-resistant, disease-resistant, and (*gasp*) herbicide-resistant crops. However, our feeble […]

March 10, 2011 · Michael · No Comments
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Reduce throw-away lunches

Ever since UCF Tent City Fall ’09, I’ve seem to become known as ‘that guy with the stainless steel lunch thing.’ As only one person has noticed, that ‘steel lunch thing’ is really the To-Go Ware 3-Tier Stainless Steel Tiffin Carrier. Tiffin Carriers are reusable lunch boxes (typically stainless steel) that are popular in India. […]

March 10, 2011 · Michael · No Comments
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