I went out today to do a traditional human activity of hunting for food, though the concept of "hunting" only involved pushing around a shopping cart and slipping a plastic card into a slot to pay for it. I didn't have to ride on a horse wielding a spear, shoot arrows with a bow, or build a fire to cook an animal I'd just butchered. It couldn't have been easier. The only time humans have to battle each other for food in a supermarket is when a sale item is about to run out.
In the quest for yet another post about little or nothing, I'll show some featured items from today's "hunt."
Image #1: Kraft Singles. It's "prepared cheese product", but it's very good on a tomato sandwich or made into a grilled cheese. I've bought the product many times, but today the label made me laugh. The words "dontcha wanna be ……a White American?" ran through my head. I don't think that's how Kraft intended it. 😆
Image #2: The store calls these "Champagne grapes." They're small, about the size of peas, and extremely sweet and yummy. A bonus is that you get to think about drinking Champagne as you eat them.
Image #3: A store-bought tomato. It's a typical supermarket tomato. It's bred for surviving shipping, not for taste, juiciness, or texture. The color is perfect. Some shopper will buy such a pretty tomato, though its appearance is a fraud. It sits atop the package of White American.