You are what you eat! It’s an old phrase but I have yet to come across anything more accurate.
Most of us relate to food in the context of taste and appearance which is why food manufacturers spend so much on research and development. The aroma of freshly baked goods as you walk into your local supermarket is no mistake!
But what if we were able to relate to food differently. What if we were able to see it as fuel for our daily journey or ingredients for culinary masterpiece? All of a sudden, the importance of the quality of fuel or ingredients becomes more real.
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