Opinion

There are some really great things happening during this COVID-19 pandemic. Families are eating dinner together and reconnecting over board games and puzzles; people are learning new hobbies and skills, such as cooking and baking; and, people of all walks of life are sewing and welding whatever they can to help the health industry fight this virus. The new-found love of cooking is a dream come true to someone like me, who so badly wants everyone to have a rich, if nuanced, respect and understanding of where their food comes from. I’m hopeful that this new interest sparks conversations between…

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