Food Facts - HubMob of Food Ethics and Traditions

Food, Food, Glorious Food!

It's that time again. The newest HubMob topic has been chosen and announced in this week's forum thread. As you can probably tell by the title, it's all about food ethics and traditions. These hubs are jam-packed with essential food facts that are sure to inform and entertain you.

Our HubMobsters (writers) have worked hard to put these articles together for you. Please give the hubs a read and then come back and leave them some feedback. It's easy, just click the little circle next to 'Good!', 'Great' or 'Phenomenal' and then click on the 'Vote' button below the poll capsule. It only takes a second but it lets the author know how s/he is doing. It's also a nice way to pay them back for giving you valuable information about your favourite foods or meal.

Food Facts - Ethics and Traditions

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Meal for two

HubMob Team - Lots of Ethics

Those of us on the HubMob team like to think of ourselves as oozing with ethics. Not in a gooey way, just that we have lots of 'em. For those of you who aren't already familiar with us, here we are:

Ryan (Hup) Hupfer - Communicator of Awesomeness and official HubPages employee

Princessa - team leader and terrific morale builder for the HubMob cause. If you'd like to know more about the HubMob process, Princessa has written this great guide that you are going to want to read.

Shirley Anderson (me) - I take the hub links from Princessa's weekly forum thread and put them into a hub like this one.

Normally, our pictures run along side of our names but I've been experimenting with different formats lately. Besides, you're probably tired of seeing us by now. You say you're not? You say you want to see our mugs? Okay then, check out a previous HubMob hub and have a look.

Forbidden Food for G6PD Cases

by emievil
by emievil

Forbidden Food for G6PD Cases

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The Benefits of Grass Fed Beef

by kerryg
by kerryg

The Benefits of Grass Fed Beef

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The Ethics of Food Stamps in a Culture of Reduced Circumstances

by Patty Inglish, MS
by Patty Inglish, MS

The Ethics of Food Stamps in a Culture of Reduced Circumstances

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Eating Utensils for the handicap and elderly

by kmackey32
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Eating Utensils for the handicap and elderly

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History of the Fork - Fine Dining Through The Ages

by RedElf
by RedElf

History of the Fork - Fine Dining Through The Ages

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Is the Organic Food Movement a Scam?

by Flightkeeper
by Flightkeeper

Is the Organic Food Movement a Scam?

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Native Kakanins (Filipino Dessert)

by emievil
by emievil

Native Kakanins (Filipino Dessert)

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Sustainable Agriculture HubMob - The 100 Mile Diet

by RedElf
by RedElf

Sustainable Agriculture HubMob - The 100 Mile Diet

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Sustainable Agriculture HubMob - Best Practices for Sustainable Food

by RedElf
by RedElf

Sustainable Agriculture HubMob - Best Practices for Sustainable Food

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Our Family Food Traditions

by Late2class
by Late2class

Our Family Food Traditions

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St Louis Food Traditions

by Late2class
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St Louis Food Traditions

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In Praise of SPAM

by RedElf
by RedElf

In Praise of SPAM

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Bourbon: A Kentucky tradition

by alekhouse
by alekhouse

Boubon: A Kentucky tradition

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Home Canning - Preserving Nature's Bounty

by RedElf
by RedElf

Home Canning - Preserving Nature's Bounty

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Proper Table Setting Etiquette

by kmackey
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Proper Table Setting Etiquette

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Organ Meat - Love it Or Hate It

by RGraf
by RGraf

Organ Meat - Love it Or Hate It

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The Evolution of the Eating Utensil

by RGraf
by RGraf

The Evolution of the Eating Utensil

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Food Allergies - Adult Onset Allergies

by RedElf
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Food Allergies - Adult Onset Allergies

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Table Manners : Different People Different Stokes

by cashmere
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Table Manners : Different People Different Stokes

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Food and Sex

by Anath
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Food and Sex

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Eating Healthy at Fast Food Restaurants

by Flightkeeper
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Eating Healthy at Fast Food Restaurants

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Irish Tradition of Corned Beef and Cabbage on New Year's Day and St. Patrick's Day

by Kidgas
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Click edit above to add content to this empty capsule. * The Roman Catholic Tradition of Eating Fish on Fridays

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Color Codes of Foods

by GeneralHowitzer
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Color Codes of Foods

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Farmers Market Shopping Tips

by DoodleLyn
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Farmers Market Shopping Tips

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Best foods for diabetics

by Mezo
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Best foods for diabetics

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Whipped cream

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Whipped cream

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Want to See Your Writing on This Page?

If you like to write, why not join us here at HubPages? You can even participate in the weekly HubMob, if you want. That means that your writing can appear on this page today.

All you have to do is grab your HubPages account and then write a quality hub about food ethics and traditions. I will personally add your work to this hub for all the world to see. Before you start, be sure to check the forum thread for instructions (link near top of this hub).

If food facts aren't your thing, that's okay too, because you don't have to write for this week's HubMob...or any at all. You can write about almost anything you want and it gets published under your own name or any name that you choose. As if that wasn't enough, you can even make a little extra coin from ad revenue.

What are you waiting for? It's fun, free and easy!


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10 comments

Cam Anju 7 years ago

Hey Shirley, this week looks awesome so far! So many wonderful entries, good luck everyone and good work! As aways Shirley the hub is wonderful! ^^ I don't think I can even post comments from my HubPages account anymore.. lol Thanks for your wonderful comment on my blog btw.


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Shirley Anderson 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada Author

Thanks, Cam! Yes, they are all good, aren't they?

Why can't you post comments?? Did I miss something? Speaking of comments, I left you one on your first blog post. :)


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cashmere 7 years ago from India

Hi Shirley, great Hub Hub as usual. I think food inspired far more activity than marriage! :)


Cam Anju 7 years ago

Hey Shirley, I was one of the people who got caught in a HP sweep as users under 18. :P HOWEVER, Mom re-read the HP terms and will be contacting them because she doesn't see a reason that my account should be suspended, since it's HER account under my name. She'll be doing that next week, until then, my hubs are unpublished, my fans are gone and I can't send messages or comment on anything from my account. :( Dang was sooo looking forward to this one. lol Thank you for your awesome comment, blogging is what I've been doing since I'm not on HP at the moment. :) Talk to you soon Shirley!


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Shirley Anderson 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada Author

Thanks, Cashmere! You're right, this topic has drawn more hubbers, we're having an awesome response.

Hi, Cam. Oh, I didn't know about that! I hope your mom has some luck with the 'appeal'. Sucks to lose all your fans but don't worry, you'll get them back again pretty quickly, once people know you're back up and running.

Why don't you have your mom publish your food ethics hub? I know, not ideal but she could put, "Written by Cam Anju" or something like that. Okay, I'm trying to make you feel better about it and this is probably having the opposite effect.

Anyway, I'm glad you're staying in touch! Good luck with HP and your blog.


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GeneralHowitzer 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

Thanks for all the good things you have had done to me already. TC there chick nyahahaha...


Cam Anju 7 years ago

Hey Shirley, Well if I had seen this comment 7 hours ago I might have done that but I haven't finished the hub it's not ready to put up so it's to late now lol. LOL yes, but I appreciate your trying anyways thank you very much hun. ((hugs))

I love HP, even if they did can me! XD Most of all I love the people here, it's just very hard to keep up and talk to people when HP wont allow me to, you know? Anyways....

...I'll be back! Muhahaha.. kidding kidding *cough*


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Shirley Anderson 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada Author

General, you make me chuckle. Thank-you!

Cammi, you are in luck, my friend! HP changed a ruling (or is it a policy?) a while back. I am now allowed to add relevant hubs after the fact. So, if you get back up and running here somehow, just publish it through the "Answer this request" link, add the feed and then pop me a quick comment here or send me an email and I'll add to the others. Easy peasy, no worries.

You are waaayy to young to have such an evil laugh. Did your mom teach you that? :D


Cam Anju 7 years ago

That's awesome Shirley, really cool.. if I do, when I do I'll let you know, even is it's a stupid written by Cam Anju on Mom's main account lol. XD

.. you know, it seems I'm too young for everything right now, too young for HP, a job, to be taken seriously, oh when I get back here... my first hub is going to be called Society's Mold... yes. LOL and no, I taught her... muaha XD

Talk to you soon dear.


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Shirley Anderson 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada Author

Cam, your chronological age may be just 16 but you are an old soul. A wise one, too. :)

Just let me know if you want that hub added to the HubMob. Don't forget to go through Princessa's link, etc.

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