Blemished, misshapen and “underweight” produce is often the tastiest stuff at the farmer’s market, but another reason to get behind the “eat ugly” movement is the beneficial impact it could have on climate change:
Eat "ugly". How eating blemished produce could counteract climate change and aid farmers -- plus, tastes good!
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