When I was in high school, I read a biography of Cesar Chavez. Great book, but I didn't understand the title at all: Sal si puedes = Salt if You Can. Huh?
Good book, though, and I haven't been able to eat a grape in the United States since I read it.
However, my grape boycott does not reach all the way to West Africa, so I bought these lovely things from a woman on the side of the road in Ouagadougou last week.
Guilt-free grapes. Nice.
There's plenty else for me to struggle with feeling guilty about here. Like spending $5 on a bunch of grapes for instance…