and all I can bring myself to eat for lunch is eggs, laid by my chickens, that I collected this morning myself. What an eye opener. Friends of mine have encouraged me to watch this documentary time and time again. Especially since I'm one who practices (and preaches) self sustainability, organic eating, and am an overall environmentally-conscious person. Seeing this film only makes me want to try and do more, to do anything I can to be the only link between my food and myself. I want to be able to grow and raise everything I eat. If that means cutting certain foods out of my diet that I cannot support on the land that I currently have, then so be it. If this sounds a bit irrational to you, then I'm sorry. But how could you not agree, if even a little?