Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Solving the Food Crisis

Maybe we should start looking at harvesting up leftovers from animals? They throw away food too, and we could always find nutrients from that. Ok, where am I going with this? First, you may have heard about the civet cat. This is the cat that eats coffee cherries, and people gather its excrements to produce coffee beans that costs over $100 a pound. Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world.

Now, there is a new type of coffee called the India Devon estate 795 Arabica. How are the beans harvested, you may ask? Well the short story is that monkeys pick the ripest coffee cherries off the tree and spit out the beans. Gold Jerry! We just pick up all the spitted out beans and sell it off as hand selected premium coffee beans. For those interested in tasting some of this fine primate reserve coffee, head over to 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters.

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