The problem today is that society has an unrealistic view of food. The spirituality, nutrition and lifestyle associated with growing food, harvesting food, preparing and cooking food have become so disconnected that we often have trouble remembering that food has a purpose: to sustain our bodies and keep us healthy.
We also have an unrealistic view of what war, as a foreign policy can accomplish. War and food production intersect in two ways: first, soldiers and farmers deal with oft-obstructive bureaucracies, and second, the farm is increasingly becoming a healing lifestyle for our wounded vets.
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