Food Chain

In Rajshahi, you can see everything you eat, breakfast lunch and dinner. The rice, the potatoes, the chicken, the cauliflower, the eggplant, squash, beef, bananas. Everything except the fish, and that’s only because the ponds are so muddy. Where my son lives in Wales he can see blackberries in summer and sheep down the road. At home in Sydney, I can see nothing. Rainwater is the closest I get to the food chain.

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