Because fiber and vegetable protein belong together like two lentils in a pod.
2.The majesty of life, as displayed by homegrown herbs.
4.Talking about food politics.
5.Making jokes about corn, ideally involving Monsanto.
6.Subverting capitalist modes of exchange through bartering, sharing, and collective purchasing.
7.Being body positive.
8.Shaming those who slut-shame.
9.Queering the space.
10.Atoning for their parents' sins in industry and finance.
12....but if you're not going anywhere treacherous, let's opt for going barefoot.
13.Talking things out.
14.The magic of recycling.
15.Drinking out of mason jars.
16.Being comfortable enough in their sexuality to snuggle up to people with whom they're not sexually involved.
17.Voting. On everything.
18.Vermicompost. How can anyone resist the slimy little face of a red wiggler?
19.Knowing that whether you're still living in an intentional community or not, you'll always have a special, soil-covered bond with the people you fought with, voted with, lived with, and learned from, and loved.
20.That might not have been the intentional part, but it's definitely the best part.