Chris, I only occasionally (a few times a year) ate beef when I was growing up in the West Indies. Small mountainous volcanic islands don’t have the flat land and resources to raise cattle. I ate chiefly fish, chicken, goat and lamb and the fish were almost invariably freshly caught that day. The chicken was always purchased frozen and was imported.
My wife is a vegetarian. The kids and I are not but we infrequently eat beef outside of the weekend summer burger. And in recent years not even that. My son won’t touch beef so we’ve switched to turkey burgers from the local poultry farm.
How are you doing to eat that much beef that quickly? How will you prevent freezer burn? Looking forward to seeing your recipes.
Yes, many reasons made repeatedly evident by Instagram’s past an current actions. We (the collective web of online media small and large) have warned about building on someone else platform for years. Author and journalist, John Battelle wrote an excellent article, Do Not Build Your Brand House On Land You Don’t Own. about the dangers of relying on these platforms back in 2014. But still, people act surprised and outraged whenever the landowner commands attention.
If you not going to adhere to the agreed upon terms of the contract with the landowner, expect to be evicted.
I don’t have much to add to the discussion but wanted to voice my dissatisfaction with Gutenberg and how it disrupts my recently discovered IndieWeb power (Webmentions). I considered switching to Jekyll, Hugo or Grav but ran into challenges migrating over 15 years of content and several thousand posts.