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Thinkage: The Keller Philosophy

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Civil Eats starts a discussion surrounding Thomas Keller's thought-provoking distinction between geographically local and temporally local food. If he can get food to his doorstep within a day of harvest, the Laundyman prefers to support purveyors who are producing in the right way—regardless of location or cost—with the hope that eventually, that purveyor will raise the standard of the entire industry. [Civil Eats]