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my dinner, May 6th 2020 (:

okay so im japanese so most probably i would be living in Japan and eating japanese food.

food buy then would be mostly ready made, but more developed then now.

i imagine that of you want rice, you would have the uncooked rice which you put in the machine and they cook it for you. however, i cannot say whether they are going to be safer because what we see in the real world is- more technology = more chemicals = not so safe. (thats just my opinion)

food shopping will be done all… Continue

Posted on May 6, 2010 at 6:40am

why dont you start with a garden? (:

the objective of this was to increase the food security in your community.
so i told my friend who has a space in the backyard, to start her own garden.

your own garden = you are sure that its safe because you are the one that grows i.
you have a new hobby
you can share your vegetables
you can eat your vegetables
more greenery in your garden.
so, i think this is one of a good solution to food security in my local community.


Posted on May 6, 2010 at 6:32am

Food security-THAILAND

I live in Thailand, and Thailand does have a potential in food production. there are however still major problems in safety. it is obviously important to produce as much food as possible, as the population and consumption of food in thailand is currently increasing by a large number. Thailand is now one of the world’s major producers of rice, tapioca,

sugar cane, durian, longan, mangosteen, and pineapple. It is also the

world’s largest exporter of rice and tapioca. Thailand’s sugar… Continue

Posted on May 6, 2010 at 6:24am

two thousand twenty. 2020

In ten years time (2020), i would be around 26years old and since im Japanese, i would probably be living in Tokyo. I'd probably be working inthe city.

There is a possibility of a food crisis in Tokyo as most of our food resources are imported. A solution to this is to increase agricultural production in the outskirts and also, more food growth in Tokyo. this would lead to a greener world and it would lead to more food resources for the citizens.


Posted on May 5, 2010 at 1:42am

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