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What the British EAT.

    potoatoes
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    I HAVE A THING FOR UGLY POTATOES. 

    Not metaphorically.  I love the little (or big) imperfections, the beauty marks and their scars. They make good chips, they make good crisps and they make good peelings too if you are willing to give them a good old scrub.

    I’m talking about the surplus produce that is not cute enough to be lined up on the shelves and gets rejected by grocery stores. Apparently, we want our food visually appealing which means we aren’t hungry enough to actually appreciate food.


    As a content creator, I hold a beautiful picture in high regard.  I do food styling and I spend an enormous amount of time and energy to make sure things look good for my clients.

    But I’m starting to wonder if you guys realise that real-life food does not have to be picture perfect to taste good.

    FOOD ELITISM IS NOT WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO PROMOTE IN ANY WAY.

    So, point being, please eat your ugly potatoes, ok?

                     Check out how to turn these ugly potatoes into this glorious meal

    RIGHT HERE: http://www.chelf.net/great-british/ 

    Until the next one,

    Chelf.

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    • Simonette C Simonette C :

      I love how you put that, "we aren't hungry enough to actually appreciate food". It's true, so much fruit and veg are thrown away straight after being picked because they are 'too ugly' to hit the shelf. Are we that pretentious that we can't even eat foods that are perfectly good but have a couple of blemishes? 

      Keep up the good stuff xx

      1 week ago 
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