Monday, August 16, 2004

Frozen in Time: Convenience and the Environment.

In 1970 only three percent of the UK population owned a freezer. Twenty-five years later, the freezer had become an accepted, if not crucial element in the fabric of modern kitchens and the ordering of everyday lives. This paper examines the creeping "normalisation" of the freezer and the ways of life which go with it.
I wonder what the equivalent statistics look like for the U.S.