DailyDirt: Tracking Down Your Food

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Poking through your fridge for a snack doesn't quite count as hunting for food. Not too many of us actually kill what we eat or farm fruits and vegetables, but there are a few online tools that'll help people see where they're food is coming from. Here are just a few examples of food-tracking projects that could bring some aspects of farming closer to home. By the way, StumbleUpon can also recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.

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    Anonymous Coward, 30 Mar 2012 @ 5:05pm

    stalking your chicken...

    STalking your chicken sounds like a euphamism for something, but I'm not sure what.

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      Torg (profile), 30 Mar 2012 @ 7:46pm

      Re: stalking your chicken...

      One must stalk their chicken before choking it. In that sense, it would either be a euphemism for searching for porn or developing an erection.

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    abc gum, 31 Mar 2012 @ 7:48am

    There are many people who want to know whether a product contains pink slime, is genetically modified, was injected with hormones, was exposed to pesticides/herbicides, what it was fed and where, etc ... you know, all those things some producers are afraid to admit and threaten others for pointing out.

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