View Full Version : 20 minutes into 'Food, Inc.'
12-12-2009, 07:04 PM
...and I already feel several things. Pretty grossed out, a little guilty and hypocritical because, while I haven't eaten meat in about 10 years, I have partaken of dairy, so I feel a lil guilty by association, but mostly I feel so heaven-sent blessed to be a raw foodist!! I mean, raw rawks on so many different levels and here is yet another. These companies have everyone boxed in and sucked up into their propoganda but not us- We Are Free!!!:p:o:) I kind of feel like "By the grace of God go I", because I feel lucky to have found raw and through mistake after mistake, made my way clear to 100%, for real, after, God, 5 years? But I'm here and sooooo happy I am. My password has been blocked the last few days for some reason and it sucked cuz I couldn't speak on these boards- had a few things to say, too!! Anyway, when the guy said "These chickens don't ever see sunlight...":eek: that's when I paused it. Good God, ya'll! Gonna steel my stomach and watch the rest.
12-12-2009, 07:22 PM
Anywhere where one could find a free viewing?
12-12-2009, 08:51 PM
Netflix has it for play on your computer- $10/month-
Well, I just finished it and have to tell ya'll- I went to our local raw food potluck a couple of days a go and met the woman who was in the paper for painting her car to look like an ear of corn. Her objective was- what do you know?- to bring attention to Monsanto. Amazing Raw woman!!!
This was an awesome movie and it definitley inpsired me to make some changes like eating more locally, even more organically. I always say I don't have the money, but I bet I could find it if I really, really wanted to, y'now?:)
Take good care, ya'll!
12-12-2009, 10:53 PM
Youtube has most of it.
Netflix has all of it.
12-13-2009, 03:52 AM
you also can see it for free on
12-13-2009, 04:17 AM
Great doco isn't it? :D
12-13-2009, 06:55 AM
I viewed it here :
(don't know if it will ever be released in my country)
Avoiding the supermaket and not giving my money to these industrial so-called-food providers is perhaps what gives me the most satisfaction in adopting this lifestyle.
It's also why I am enthusiastic about the whole movement, beyond its sometimes disappointing opinion fights.
12-13-2009, 10:35 AM
Thank you very very much! I'm watchin it now.
12-13-2009, 11:18 AM
It wasn't that terrible of a documentary. Very informational tho, I think everyone should watch this in elementary school, once in middle, and once in high.
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