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Interview: Ask Ben Starr About the Future of Food 137

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samzenpus (5) writes "Ben Starr is a chef, travel writer, reality TV star, wine and beer brewer, cheesemaker, and ultimate food geek. Ben traveled all 7 continents in his early 20s, staying with local families and learning to cook the cuisines of the world in home kitchens and local markets. FRANK, his underground Dallas restaurant, has a waitlist of 3,000 and reservations are selected by random lottery. He is a passionate local and sustainable food advocate. Ben is a flag waver for the new generation of chefs who embrace modern technology, and his Camp Potluck feeds hundreds of hungry Burning Man attendees every year. Ben has agreed to put down his chef's knife and answer your questions. As usual, ask as many as you'd like, but please, one question per post."
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Interview: Ask Ben Starr About the Future of Food

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  • by jellomizer (103300) on Wednesday April 30, 2014 @02:49PM (#46882505)

    I know I am feeding the troll, but I need a break from work.
    The Republicans are not Anti-Science, they are food "Good News" Science, say GMO Foods, and new technologies, stuff they can say look how much money science is making us.
    What they don't like is Bad news science, where it means a company will need to change their production and loose money. As well if a particular science seems to clash with a religion of a voter base.

    That said, If say the Evangelicals started to vote Democrat, you will see a new set of democrats fighting against putting evolution in schools.

    Politicians are not for and against science. They are just going to have a position that gets them their most votes.

Programmers do it bit by bit.