Inky paw prints presumably left by a curious kitty on a 15th century manuscript.
From National Geographic.
We’ve all heard about the massive food waste Americans incur every year.
'Sell-by', 'best-by' and 'use-by' dates are mostly unregulated and confusing for consumers when it comes to throwing items out —a factor that contributes to $165 billion of food wasted every year.
In May, he’s launching The Daily Table, a grocery store and restaurant in Dorchester, Mass., that will offer inexpensive food considered ‘unsellable’ by regular grocery stores.
Food available will include fruits and vegetables that are expired and repurposed food that will be incorporated into hot meals. Other items for sale will be products that are fine to eat but may have damaged packaging.
Or like cucumbers that aren’t ‘straight’ enough of tomatoes that aren’t ‘red’ enough to be sold ‘cause what would the customer have to think about that?!’.
Wonderful idea it is.
holy fuck. when i worked as a cashier i wanted to cry everytime an egg broke. they made me throw away the entire carton. it would be “theft” to take it home. that was 11 or 15 perfectly fine fucking eggs and we did NOT waste food at home. it would tear at me all goddamn day. i hope he does eggs too.
President Barack Obama on Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis.
"I do believe in the power of story. I believe that stories have an important role to play in the formation of human beings, that they can stimulate, amaze and inspire their listeners." - Hayao Miyazaki
My buddy’s office ordered a bulk bag of Easter Eggs. It took him a minute of laughing to realize they DIDN’T get the wrong shipment.
oh my god.
One never needs a reason to reblog Leonard Nimoy singing The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins.