What Starving People Eat
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A photograph of biscuits baking in the sun in Haiti -- biscuits made of butter, salt, and dirt -- became the launching pad for a newspaper story on what starving people around the world do to get by each day. Host Peggy Wehmeyer talks with New York Times reporter Donald McNeil about his research into the desperate measures hungry people take to feed themselves. He discovered people eating locusts, barbequed mice, termites, and even leather chairs for dinner.
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NYT Article
New Life in Haiti
CSM: Growing Food
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