I am a college student and like a lot of people.. my budget is limited. I don't buy any vegetables unless they are potatoes or cabbage to make saurkraut. Thinking about my diet/the plant/my wallet two questions come to mind.
Why should i buy vegetables that provide me with essentially no calories when i could put that money toward more raw milk in my diet or upgrading from kerrygold butter and cheese (6 dollars per lb) to organic pastures raw butter and cheese (12 dollars per/lb.) I have nothing against vegetables.. they just seem kind of pointless.
Can we sustainably feed the world growing vegetables? How much land do they actually take up? Is it small enough that it wouldnt effect more meaningful agriculture/ ranching?
Interested in hearing your thoughts!