Its not really about strength. Its about connection and comparison; cold and warm, hard and soft, smooth and rough, tension and release. See it live, tonight around 7.15pm as part of a great line up from 6pm onward. 69 Prospect Road FREE entry
Don't usually do this or haven't really taken this route in a while but...long story short... if you believe in prayer put one up for me and this guy... "they say from nothing comes a king, but the struggle in between is deeper than it seems..." #tbt#meandbubba#prayerrequest#rockandahardplace#appreciateit
It was my turn to hold up the rock.
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Ever feel stuck between a rock and a hard place ? #tbt
Let's be frank - running a food business that isn't situated on a working farm means things need to be packaged and shipped. We'll share next Tuesday where from but lots of our stuff is not British, and the reality of sourcing is a dark and mysterious place for many ingredients. And the packaging is pretty big even when considering serving hundred of meals each week, it's a lot of card metal and plastic to move a few mushrooms and cauliflowers around. The salad leaves may come from a local Kentish Town school, but the coconut milk may have been picked by Cambodian monkey slaves, the avocados by Mexican human slaves (we don't use 🥑 any more) and the by Costa Ricans with little protection from the pesticides used (only using over ripe ones in banana loaf, but still). Going vegan can bring with it more than just an awareness of animal exploitation, but that of the environment and people in producer countries of fruits and vegetables we take for granted. It's prevalent and hard to distinguish. Send a coconut milk company an email about who picks their coconuts, humans or monkeys and you'll get no reply. Buy an organic coconut milk for £2 per can and it rockets your prices.