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Death of Society

We're all for the locavore movement, but it might be straying a wee bit from its original intents: "For a fee, [Trevor] Paque, who lives in San Francisco, will build an organic garden in your backyard, weed it weekly and even harvest the bounty, gently placing a box of vegetables on the back porch when he leaves. Call them the lazy locavores — city dwellers who insist on eating food grown close to home but have no inclination to get their hands dirty ... 'The highest form of luxury is now growing it yourself or paying other people to grow it for you,' said Corby Kummer, the food columnist and book author. 'This has become fashion.'" [NYT]

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