The Amish may not Tweet, but one farmer from Lancaster County, Pa., is making online waves following his arrest for allegedly selling illicit unpasteurized, raw milk. While he’s being held up by activists as a symbol of food freedom, his case demonstrates how the modern “foodie” movement is full of logic as backward as a horse and buggy. By foodie, I don’t mean your average organic buyer. I mean the taste trendsetters, the “beyond organic” avant garde ...
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