It’s tempting to think - especially when your hard-earned money is on the line - that all meat is more or less the same. At one time or another, we’ve all scanned the refrigerated shelves of our closest grocery store for the best price we could find. Price, we’ve been told, indicates how good of a deal we’re getting, and we all want the best deal. Besides, a steak is a steak and chicken is chicken, right? Not so fast.
How often does dirt cross your mind? Not nearly enough, I’d imagine. If anything, our soil is at best an afterthought, even when we interact with it regularly. When we grew much - or even some - of our own food, the connection between the ground and the dinner plate was strong. We knew where it came from.
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