Salad Queen – The Coming Revolution in Fast Food

15 02 2012

I drive an awful lot. Between my commute, all the driving I do at work and in my personal life, some months I drive nearly 4000 miles. It’s a lot of time on the road. In the past, fast food has ben an unhealthy but quick meal solution. It is readily available nearly everywhere a person goes. What isn’t available though are real healthy choices that are low in calories, nutrient rich, organic and not processed. We have no real fast food alternative to Burger King. What we need is Salad Queen. This would be a place where vegetarians, vegans and anyone looking for a healthy meal could stop and get a quick, nutritious bite. I know by the time I get this idea off the ground, someone will already be doing it because it is a no-brainer. This is the sort of business that will make money hand over fist. If you build a Salad Queen, they will come. You don’t need to be Nostradamus in order to see that in the next 10 years or so there will be something like Salad Queen nearly everywhere you go.

And while we are talking about healthy, delicious, nutritious, organically grown food – this is a good time to consider the following article by a blogger friend of mine about using human waste sludge as fertilizer. While this is a local problem in my area of northeastern Pennsylvania, I can assure you it is done all over the world. It’s another reason to consider paying a little extra for organic food. Who wants fruit and veggies with traces of antibiotics, birth control and other interesting left overs found in them?

give this a look:

http://www.neighborsofeaston.com/wordpress/archives/2658


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