UroStream shares her thoughts on food, and how Americans differ from Asians and Europeans when it comes to eating:
I'm spoiled in that my husband is an excellent cook and we strive to go to the market daily to pick out fresh organic produce. It's something that the Asians and Europeans are used to doing, but Americans are not. We are used to the convenience of a mega-supermarket and we are so much more "removed" from our food source than other cultures. It is slowly changing, with more farmers markets cropping up because of increasing awareness from consumers demanding fresher produce, but we are far from anything resembling the other countries.