Animal, Vegetable, Miracle - Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 is titled, “Eating Neighborly, Late-June.” Barbara's family continued their vacation trip, stopping at a diner owned by Tod Murphy and Pam Van Deursen. The Farmers Diner served local foods, including locally-produced beef that never went through one of the conglomerate feed lots. Barbara said that was a special occasion for them since they seldom found restaurants that did not rely on beef from the giant producers. Barbara said that was the first time Lily had ever had a hamburger from a restaurant.

Tod and Pam had created jobs other than the diner, allying with other local businesses and tapping into every local resource to buy everything possible “within an hour's drive” of the diner (Location 2676). They even purchased buns and bread from a local bakery and another local business in the same town produced ravioli and spaghetti. They sought the best alternative...

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