Who knew? All it takes to get soulless corporate giants to sell less poisonous food is for loud mouth activist moms to take to social media.
I suppose it may help to link to some healthy alternative homemade recipes and post a few pintrests with cute Pottery Barn kids eating even cuter homemade snacks.
Years of published recommendations, peer reviewed research by experts, advice from within the food industry, lawsuits, scorn from atheists and the gays couldn’t get a wretched company like Chik-Fil-A to change. But the Jenny McCarthy of food additives did.
The staff here at NobodyisFlyingthePlane is now recommending that we post recipes alongside our screeds. Perhaps quinoa flavored kale brownies (see recipe below) will get Tea Party nut jobs to work with the Leftist Pinkos to actually make the government work for the People. Maybe free range organic ketchup smoothies will get the country talking about how much healthcare costs instead of fighting over who is going to pay for it. I’d bet that a few pics of kids eating gluten free pancakes shaped like sexy European sidearms and topped with agave nectar syrup will get the NRA to put reason before self interested fear mongering.
Quinoa Flavored Kale Brownies
Made with three simple all natural ingredients:
Dried Mississippi Mud
Mix kale with mud in medium mixing bowl. Spread evenly in brownie pan. Cook at 375F until mud stops boiling. Sprinkle with quinoa extract. Serve on ethically sourced cardboard.
Organic Ketchup Smoothies
If a tomato is a fruit wouldn’t that make ketchup a smoothie?
Organic, Fair Trade, Free Range, Locally Sourced, Antibiotic Free, Heirloom, Cage Free Tomatos
Expeller Pressed Macadamia Nut Milk
Ground Flax Seeds
Mississippi Mud (not dried)
Blend all ingredients on high until smooth. Serve in BPA free cups.
NYTimes: Social Media as a Megaphone to Pressure the Food Industry