“You would think that humans would want to steer clear of the corpse flower when it blooms. After all, the plant releases a stench of rotting dead animal when it opens.
“Still, visitors flock to botanical gardens for the chance to catch a whiff.”
Thanks to Mike McCormick of Mind Over Matters for this enlightening & inspiring eco-POV. After watching this video, you might just want to wander over to Kamayan Farm:
“The word kamayan is Tagalog for “with hands” and refers to the traditional Filipino style of eating food with your hands. It is a reminder of the intimate connection between ourselves and our food, the joy of a large meal cooked with love and shared with family, and survival of culture through food.”
Kamayan Farm, WA | Community Alliance for Global Justice