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    Fat Head is on Hulu

    In case anyone hasn't had a chance to check out this movie yet, it is now available for free on Hulu.
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    Thanks for the heads-up!

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    "While most people saw the documentary Super Size Me as an expose of the fast food industry, comedian and former health writer Tom Naughton saw it as a dare: He'd show that you could lose weight on a diet of burgers and fries."

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    Shame we can't get Hulu here in NZ.
    I did inherit a hard drive of movies last week and found "Food Inc" among them, which is gold!

    It finally sunk home why you guys in the US make such a big thing about getting grass fed beef and how lucky we are here where all of our beef and lamb is grass fed. The only mass production type meat we have is pork, where the pigs are often kept in very crampt dark conditions, and chicken, though I don't think it's quite as intesive here as shown in "Food Inc". But I still only eat free range chicken and eggs and more recently pork.

    Must see if I can track down Fat Head though, looks interesting

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    Thank you! I've been trying to rent this through Netflix, but it has been unavailable.

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    Thanks! I just watched it and it was great! I will watch it again, not tonight, but soon.

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    I thank you for that link. I've not been able to find that vid anywhere
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    sweeeeeeeet! thanks for posting. I can now take it off my Christmas list
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    Fabulous! Thanks so much for posting - I know what I'm watching this weekend
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misabi View Post
    Shame we can't get Hulu here in NZ.
    I did inherit a hard drive of movies last week and found "Food Inc" among them, which is gold!

    It finally sunk home why you guys in the US make such a big thing about getting grass fed beef and how lucky we are here where all of our beef and lamb is grass fed. The only mass production type meat we have is pork, where the pigs are often kept in very crampt dark conditions, and chicken, though I don't think it's quite as intesive here as shown in "Food Inc". But I still only eat free range chicken and eggs and more recently pork.

    Must see if I can track down Fat Head though, looks interesting
    Our meat used to be grassfed, until the Futile Gubbermint started subsidizing corn and soy production...

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