Noodle Out Campaign
By Ruth D’Alessandro, The Wildlife Gardener The Wildlife Gardener tries to shop ethically: free range chicken and pork, organic eggs, milk from the local milkman, Fairtrade sugar and tea, no airfreighted vegetables. So she was particularly delighted when shopping (uncharacteristically) in her local supermarket to find that the plight of the battery noodle has finally improved:
At last, noodles can enjoy the freedom to roam, forage and express natural behaviour in the open air. Their lives, although short, are happy. And my, do they taste all the better for it.
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2 thoughts on “Noodle Out Campaign”
That made I laugh!
Presumably similar to the spaghetti trees?
Thank goodness they weren’t undressed! There are limits…