Julie Rubicon

That afternoon, looking out across the salt flats, she trembled with certainty. “They know.”

They don’t, I assured her. They can’t.

“They will. They’ll look at the logs. We’re gonna get in trouble. We’re gonna go to jail.”

“I don’t think there’s any law against this,” I said. How could there be a law against something that’s not possible?

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Vegan Eating Would Slash Food’s Global Warming Emissions

Adopting a diet in line with the global guidelines could avert 5.1 million deaths per year by 2050, while 8.1 million fewer people would die in a world of vegans who do not consume animal products, including eggs and milk.

When it comes to climate change, following dietary recommendations would cut food-related emissions by 29 percent, adopting vegetarian diets would cut them by 63 percent and vegan diets by 70 percent.

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Daily Table sells healthy food at a deep discount

In keeping with its mission, Daily Table sells produce at rock-bottom rates. Its bananas sell for 29 cents per pound, and apples go for 69 cents per pound, and those prices are about half of the U.S. city average price…

While there is currently only one location, the company plans to open additional stores in both the greater Boston area and in cities across the country.

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