Feast season is right around the corner, and dreams of pumpkin pie and cranberry sauce have us wondering: What do you want to know about the way energy impacts your food?
Food is energy – The calories in a single piece of candy corn could power your cell phone for a day. And if you wanted to eat the same amount of calories as your monthly electricity bill, you’d need to gobble down a stick of butter every 41 minutes. What do you want to know about the energy embedded in the food you eat every day?
Energy is food – Our modern food system is basically a giant machine that turns fossil fuels into food. How much energy does it take to put Thanksgiving dinner on the table? What uses more energy, growing a sweet potato or transporting it from the farm to the grocery store?
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