Thursday, September 29, 2011

Fast Food Mythology

Unfortunately, many people assume that eating crap at fast food places costs less than eating real food at home. Well, it's simply not true. Check out this provocative article in the New York Times by Mark Bittman.
And now check out this glaring graphic to bring it all into focus.
But in all fairness to those who are involved in relationships where everyone works full time, I can easily understand why it's hard to summon up the energy to prepare meals night after night at home. Certainly, if folks share the meal preparations, then it becomes more manageable.
Just about everywhere, people seem to be working harder, and they're making less money, so something has to change.

An example of "real food"

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