You absolutely MUST watch this video below.  Can you believe that a 6 year old doesn't know what a tomato is?  Or a Potato?  Or an eggplant, beet or cauliflower?  Shocking, yes?  Well the truth is, that we live in a world that is absolutely manufactured.  From entertainment to our politics to even our food, we are living manufactured lives.  People wonder why we are doing what we are doing.  How can we not, when kids are starving, literally starving!  Sure, they are getting calories, but nutrients?  Vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, fatty acids?  No, you get that from fresh food. Kids these days have no idea what food is..,heck, neither do adults for that matter, and that is scary!

Someone told me the other day that people get grossed out over free-range eggs because the chickens eat bugs.  Really?  Are you kidding me?  That's what they are supposed to eat!  Someone told me just yesterday at the Farmers Market that someone, regarding organic food, said "I would rather eat chemicals than something that a bug crawled on!"  Joel Salatin, in this book "Folks, This Ain't Normal" tells the story of how many people have no clue how to break down a chicken.  I thought he may be exaggerating until I actually spoke to someone recently about this very thing recently.  Chemicals over natural food?  A GMO shiny red tomato laden with pesticides over a pure tomato that may be a little misshapen?  An egg that has been raised in a commercial agricultural facility that treats their chicken in-humanely while causing them to live in disease infested warehouses where they are so close together that they go stir crazy and try to peck each-other to death, rather than an egg from a chicken that runs free on the land?  What is wrong with our world today?  How could I not provide local, pure, wholesome food to the local community?

I don't want to make this long, but the very sad reality is that the majority of people in this world no longer know where their food comes from besides "the grocery store."  Watch the clip below...


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