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Rebuttals!

2010_01_essign.jpgAs expected, the Slow Foodists have fired back at Caitlin Flanagan's incendiary anti-Edible Schoolyard piece in this month's The Atlantic. As with most dicey issues, there are cases to made for both sides. For example, Civil Eats points out that Flanagan's case goes off the rails when she brings up teaching to the test in order to create better students, but on the other hand, let's not start comparing growing tomatoes with writing essays, ok? [Eater National, previously]

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