Deconsumption: poverty, the best ecological policy?

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Re: Deconsumption: poverty, the best ecological policy?




View Macro » 12/12/23, 18:35

Exactly 2 posts above you say that Maccrado feeds more than Norway.. And I'm talking to you about price... 3 euros gets you nothing at Macdo. Raspberries are not in season... Apples and oranges are.
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Re: Deconsumption: poverty, the best ecological policy?




View Christophe » 12/12/23, 19:11

Macro wrote:Raspberries are not in season... Apples and oranges are.


There are more raspberries than the other 2!!!

: Lol: : Lol: : Lol:

ps: of course homemade costs less (and generally is better) but that's because we don't count all the costs... that's all I mean!
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View Macro » 12/12/23, 19:14

That was the photo of mamita before mixing... Like the photo of industrial fruit yogurt... Mainly apple orange peach in syrup... Raspberries for color.
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