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Has Foodie Culture Forgotten the Poor?

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Erik Bonkovsky


In this article, Erik Bonkovsky presents a challenge to a culture captivated by “Foodie Culture.” He brings to the fore the juxtaposition of a high valuation of food grown well, yet offered at a price-point too high for the poor to partake. According to Bonkovsky, “Millennials who prize both creativity and food can lead other innovative ways to foster a truly great food scene that brings a truly common good for the privileged and underprivileged alike.” Readers hoping to expand their appreciation for the goodness and gift that food is and share this blessing with others will benefit from this article.

What kinds of changes can you make in your personal and communal habits that include the underprivileged in your appreciation for food well-grown and well-made?

Source: Christianity Today

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