Dandelions taste sweet, are easy to grow and should be a staple in your diet.
At least that’s what the World Economic Forum suggests. Yes, that same World Economic Forum that is spear-heading The Great Reset endorsed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
In a virtual conference last week titled Bold Actions for Food as a Force for Good, the World Economic Forum suggested the world consider weeds as a “reliable food source” and for the sustainable development of the planet. After all, the Great Reset is all about sustainability.
According to the discussion, weeds can be “nutritious and tasty” and “tackle climate change” by capturing carbon.
This article released by the WEF outlines the five reasons why you should consider turning those pesky weeds into a garden salad.
- They’re easy to grow
- They can be rich in nutrients
- We need to diversify our diets
- They know more about the soil than we do
- They taste great
Note: At the time of publication we cannot confirm if Trudeau will be exchanging his thousand dollar in-flight meals for weeds. Or, if weeds are simply an option for Canadians that cannot afford food because their small businesses and/or jobs have been lost due to the COVID lockdowns.
The World Economic Forum, which also suggests turning humans into cyborgs so they can continually upload your thoughts to an AI super computer, says we should reduce our meat consumption by printing 3D foods.
They claim the production of meat consumes too many natural resources like water and energy. Not to mention, lowering greenhouse gas emissions produced by cattle.
What is meat anyway the article asks as they show a 3D printer creating fake steaks.
Yes, this is all real. Yes, this is how Trudeau expects Canadians to live in the name of Sustainable Development and his Agenda 2030 Great Reset.