i've been thinking about food supply. we had been planning a trip to the pacific seashore to learn about wildcrafting seaweed (planned before this all began). now i dont really want to eat anything that comes from the pacific. probably extreme (we all know that the levels arent harmful to human health....just like the mercury in vaxes has nothing to do with the autism epidemic....)
has anyone run across a list of foods that do not pick up radioactive particles?
the other day npr ran an article about 99 foods in the fuchashima area that are too radioactive to eat. if you google: npr radioactive wasabi , you will find the article (i cant cut and paste links on this thing). it's so sad for japan. i also worry about their seaweed industries as the radiation in the ocean spreads northward. much of the world's nori comes from sendai. and i wonder how people will rebuild their lives, homes etc in these rural farming areas when there is so much radiation.