A crash course in changing the world.
At first I thought this was a bad joke, now I see it's an optimistic view in the future saying: It can be over, if we get started.
I understand that hunger isn't equal with homelessness, but here it mostly comes together. In a meat-eating country, food in general is seldom expensive, since they produce so much, that they can feed it to their animals, instead of eating it themselves... Food becomes a problem, as soon your income gets so low, that you can't even afford that anymore... Oh, and of course, if you don't want to eat the same, that they feed to animals... organic, untreated food is unfair expensive, and a lot of big companies try to jump in on that, making it even harder for real food providers...
"Eat food, mostly vegatables, not too much." (http://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/28/magazine/28nutritionism.t.html)
As sharing food, I'm able to buy big amounts to save money, which makes it affordable too buy organic rolled oats, and other vegetables in local stores. Not only do I support my community, but also my body and thereby the health insurance system.