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“The problem was, our food was rotten. Not literally decaying but just bad, barely worthy of the name. Nothing makes this contrast more obvious than some time spent in Mexico. You know those goose egg sized green orbs laying amongst the Astroturf in the vegetable aisle and calling themselves limes. Well, they aren’t. They are some product engineered for color and size, because they sure as hell don’t taste like much. It should also be pointed out that they have somehow been neutered; their seeds unformed, someone decided that Americans could not handle seeds in their limes. This is just one widely acknowledged example of how we gave up all that is important about food, save a full compliment of vitamins and amino acids, for appearance in the grocery store.”
Read the full article over at Country Roads Magazine.