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And then there’s the matter of the “packaged, skinny little tortured slice”… – Potato News Today

“You’ve got your foodies, you’ve got your chefs, and then there’s the damn good cooks category. But somewhere out there are foodies, people who just love food and prefer to eat it without roasted grapes, dried pansies or juice,” he writes. Diana Cassero in a mocking article published in Daily Maverick.

“For example,” she writes, “a foodie will tend to think of an avocado as a side dish for a salad, or perhaps as something to spread on toast. He or she won’t expect it to rise at breakfast or to tuck into a steak with a dollop of feta and a sprig of parsley. For God’s sake, a good piece of steak can stand on its own, there’s no need to stuff it or, God forbid, …butterfly the fillet.”

According to Diana Kaser, “the most common vegetable abuse is the potato. Manipulate potatoes at your own peril, this is the beginning of a moral decline, not to mention a food crime. In their pristine state, whether mashed, baked or deep-fried, potatoes are food for the soul. For him, you don’t need to invent bandages or twist into fancy shapes. …And let me be clear, the dealer does not recognize potato wedges as chips [fry]”.

Source: Daily Maverick. Read the full story here
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