Every day is a living torment. Nobody understands my suffering. The only thing keeping me going is the pancakes I have for breakfast. Twitter user Food is a deeply emotional, political, and commercial subject. In recent years its story has been increasingly told, scrutinized, and debated. Arguably we have never been more aware of what we eat and the effect it has on our bodies (and the planet). Yet, rarely enough are we given a chance as citizens, governments, or campaigners to reflect on our daily food practices in a meaningful way. The dynamics of everyday life have been drastically…
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