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We’ve all had a fancy schmancy meal that would have been impossible without a food processor. Or even just a milkshake or fruit shake from a blender. So many of our foods are processed by machines; in fact, most TV shows that promote “fast and easy cooking” tout machines as the best way to save time and effort. Sounds good to most of us on the go.

Feng Shui principles may point us toward a more traditional way of preparing our foods. Taking a closer look, we see that many “old world” ways of growing, hunting, gathering, and preparing food emphasize the role of food as integral to psychological ties with the land we live on, as well as health-related and social aspects of our lives. These traditions consider food as more than just items to be purchased on sale, rushed and wolfed down so we can hurry to the next thing on our to do list without even fully knowing all of the ingredients and additives that are in what we eat.

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