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Organic Fast Food

 
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Have people encountered organic fast food? Where I'm from in VA, there is a burger place called "Elevation Burger" that is not completely organic but serves much better quality stuff for the health of both people and the earth. They don't freeze or microwave anything, use local grassfed beef, recycle, and fry their fries in olive oil. They are family-owned. On a scale, if 1 were McDonalds-quality, and 10 were organic/intentional, I would probably rate it a 6. What are some other examples and what would you rate them?
 
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Paul has a blurb in his latest podcast on organic fast food. http://www.richsoil.com/permaculture/
 
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I like Burgerville here in the PNW.
 
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