“One of the saddest features (or funniest, depending) of contemporary food snobbery is the notion that rich people are getting in touch with the rhythms of the earth when they shop at the Whole Foods market. Paying three times as much for a really good apple is a fine thing to do, so long as you know you are doing it. But if you think you are a humble creature of the soil because you are whooping it up on luxuries is one of the oddest things that I have ever seen in my life” (Food Catholic, pp. 21-22).
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