Excess food is just a part of achieving almost full food security, with plenty of options at any given time for any meal. People want to be able to eat whenever they want, and they want a selection.I can't believe this. Why do people throw away so much stuff that is still good, whats the thought process behind it? although its a big boon for all you guys
Correct! One of the effects of overpopulation is shortage of resources. Needless to say, food wastage, while it does happen, is on a far lesser scale out here.All of this is from a very Western point of view, and only applies in similar places where food security is a virtual non-issue.
Man, Sikhs landed in Syria with food when shit went down over there. All of their temples serve 'langar' to anyone who's hungry, rich or poor; the only thing they ask in return is to volunteer in any way we can.The best kind of religious people. There are plenty of gurudwaras (Sikh temples) in the USA too right? So if there's no other way to get food, you can always enter a gurudwara.. I'm selfishly envious of the kind and scale of charitable feeding that goes on in India, specifically by the Sikh and other religious organizations. Hopefully that tradition will continue and transition into a simple part of community, maybe even spreading to the West, and not recede into obsolescence as food security extends around the world.
Man, I wouldn't even call it trash at this point. Look at those bananas, they're not even slightly browned o.0 All of this stuff over here is as fresh as it can get..
It's very much a boon to those willing to look past 'eating out of the trash'.
Hell Yeah! That's the way to go! @ Ty da Tech Guy!Hell Yeah. I regularly eat damn good out of dumpsters. Pizza places rock & Starbucks; their food is fresh everyday, so every night they toss every brownie, cake pop, croissant, muffin AND all the unopened breakfast sandwich's as well. EVERY DAY....
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