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Desc:An excerpt from the 1973 educational film 'A Chemical Feast,' which stays remarkably relevant today.
Category:Classic Movies, Science & Technology
Tags:70s, vintage, rare, poetv needs a food category, Marshall Efron
Submitted:Rangoon
Date:04/02/17
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Xenocide
This guy has important things to say but I still can't look at him without thinking of Ignatius J. Reilly.
Xenocide
But jokes aside, the answer actually did surprise me. It's so easy to forget that there was a time when processed food was an oddity. Now we often can't tell the difference.

Old_Zircon
I forget what year it was ('72 or '74 I think) but over half of the currently used food additives were all cleared for human consumption at about the same time in the mid 70s, and we're probably going to start seeing the the unpredicted long term side effects really kick in to full gear in the next decade or so.

Doomstein
Well OZ, it's a good thing they discovered the cure for cancer a while ago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgeSuV3JczY

cognitivedissonance
Dr. Teeth before the Transformation.
John Holmes Motherfucker
I remember this from 40 years ago, and I remembered that the answer is Kool Aid. Five Dollars a pound seemed outrageous back then.
kingofthenothing
"Play Foods" seem to be the only kind of "foods" left, if you go by what's at the store these days.
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