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"Dinning in the Dark" can be hazardous to your health and I don't mean the CSI episode about murder in a "dark restaurant." "Dinning in the Dark" is a metaphor for the problems created by the globalization of food. Too many are blind to the impacts on the planet or their health of having year round access to every fruit, vegetable and protein-- e.g. strawberries from Chile in December or God knows what kind of cheap, farmed seafood from China, stuffed with faux-food chemicals, year round, etc. Talapia anyone? Maybe your "Flash in the Pan" post is just what we need to throw some light on important food source questions.

-- Naw. Just pass the whipped cream from Denmark please. My Chilean strawberries are a little bare.

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