|Pickled herring with oat sourdough|
Lunch: Rolled oats with coconut, raisin, sunflower seeds and flax seeds
Dinner: Pickled herring with oat sourdough, pickled carrots, rolled oats with coconut and raisin, peanut butter sandwich
I went to bed after 5 in the morning and by the time I woke up it was lunch time. So breakfast shifted to lunch and lunch became dinner. And it was a pickled herring fest for dinner. The herring with the lighter colored sauce had fish roe/caviar. It was excellent, the caviar giving a nice fishy boost to the already fishy herring.
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Chong Qing Deep-fried Chicken – just looking at the chillies is making me salivate
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An interesting article discussing the impact food has on the environment. Some interesting facts:
- Pollution caused by meat production is greater than the pollution caused from cars, planes and all other forms of transport put together.
- Raising cattle requires lot of water. The more efficient systems use 1,500 gallons of water to produce a single pound of beef while inefficient systems use up to 12,000 gallons
- About one fifth of pastures and ranges have turned to desert because of overgrazing
- A meat-eating dog has the same carbon footprint as a gas guzzling SUV
- The greenhouse gas emissions and other pollution from producing one kilogram of beef is the same as three hours of driving
- Twenty vegetarians could live on the same amount of land as one meat-eater
- 220 Billion gallons of hormone-, antibiotic- and bacteria-laden animal waste is dumped onto farmland and into waterways from meat factory farms.
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