Among those foods are beets and chard, both frequently eaten favorites among my people, and both recently purchased freshly picked at dawn from the farmers of Corrales ( NM) Farmers Market. The provocative headline is meant to get us going, natch, though it reminded me sadly of the times I have stood in line at a traditional supermarket holding an array of veggies seemingly unknown to the checker.
Apparently there's a new, more eco-friendly, less expensive milk container out there being used by Walmart and Costco that has hard core milk drinkers in a tizzy because it doesn't pour well. Or perhaps it's just "new" and not everybody can handle Change. ( Uh oh...) Now some in the UK have designed some more genuinely eco milk containers, or so it seems to me. Take a look at "Nice Jugs."
All that aside, why are people still lugging and chugging milk?! Cow's milk is for baby cows, after all. You get far more usable calcium from munching almonds and eating kale than from drinking milk, people. Without the gas and the bloating and, and....
Finally, the North Korean government has both shut down its nuclear programs--or at least begun the process-- and also decided to allow international aid workers into the country bearing food. This after several nations sat down to talk together--the so-called "six-nations," whose diplomats labored long, include the two Koreas, China, Russia, Japan and the U.S. Remember diplomacy? It works!
( Green milk cartons thanks to http://www.daylesfordorganic.com/icat/milk.)