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Why the Occupy Movement never got its official cookbook

by | 4th, July 2012

THE Occupy movement wanted to change the world. It had a name. It had maths (99% of us agree; although you might not have answered the survey). It had the food.

Cook and Occupy sympathiser Devra Gartenstein spotted a market for an official cookbook. The book Cooking and recipe ideas for the 99%, by the 99% would be a hit. Only, it never happened.

The Seattle Times notes:

It was difficult to figure out whether the book should be inexpensive or a coffee table novelty, how to split profits and whether there should be profits, and how it should be organized.

The future under the 99% Revolutionary Party might be a bun fight.

She adds:

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