Crumbled Tofu & Extra Sharp Cheddar, with diced Vidalia Onions
Bake at 400 for 30 minutes
Enjoy with broccoli!
But YJDKIY doesn't recommend watching Food, Inc. over dinner. I do recommend watching it though. Everyone.
It pretty much makes you not want to eat again.
I knew the awfulness of the meat industry, I knew the vast awfulness of how corn has conquered the world, and I know I've written about added ingredients, shelf life and trucking. In fact, I do try to avoid these. But what I didn't know was...the soybeans and the statistics. I do know it looks like I will be in the market for new soy milk, as Silk (I only hope what their website says about sourcing is true), produced by White Wave Foods, which does have a pretty good philosophy on GMOs and corporate responsibility is owned by Dean Foods, which doesn't quite have the same record. Unless it says organic, the soybeans in Silk are probably part of the percentage mentioned in the movie.
If you're curious about my Silk abandonment, go take your bottle of RoundUp to a hazardous waste facility and check out this movie tonight.
I'll get you started with a great top ten from TakePart.com
Demand job protections for farm workers and food processors, ensuring fair wages and other protections.
In case you are lazy and don't want to read up on this on your own, maybe some of these facts will motivate you:
--According to USDA, 26 federally-inspected packing plants process 500,000 cattle or more per year. Together, these 26 plants process 76 percent of the cattle harvest.