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    Fast Food Nation

    Anyone read it? Anyone heard of it?

    I'm about halfway thru it, and it's one of the scariest books I've ever read. Things I could have never imagined, that are so horrific they belong in a Steven King book, are so much more commonplace than you would think.

    On a similar note, we are planting a vegetable garden this year, and we had to start our tomato and pepper seeds in the house, and we have little sprouts. It's so exciting.


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    I did read it last year. Pretty scary stuff, and it's real. I do shop at the local produce place that sells alot of organic stuff, but have to cave in to fast food sometimes (trying to stop that for alot of reasons). I bought the author's next book "Reefer Madness" but haven't gotten to it yet.

    I've been thinking about growing tomatoes this year - baby steps! I do a good job with the weeds but that's about all so far.

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    Re: Fast Food Nation

    I love fast food

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    Re: Fast Food Nation

    Fast food is great and as a rule it is extremely tasty, but its health benefits are under big question. Whenever I want to order food delivery, I try to use hellofresh customer service as it is the healthiest option on the market.

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    Re: Fast Food Nation

    Dominos Pizza, Brooklyn or Hand Tossed Pizza?

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    Re: Fast Food Nation

    Hello! Yes, I tried this pizza and I liked it. The first pizzeria opened in Italy in 1830. After work, the Italians willingly went to a cozy place to eat their favorite dish, drink wine or coffee. The idea was immediately picked up by other Italian entrepreneurs, and the number of pizzerias in the country began to grow rapidly. If we talk about dominos Brooklyn style vs hand tossed, then I will definitely choose Domino.

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