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September, 2039

“The tanks first!” says Lev, tugging at his father’s sleeve. The two of them are at the Foodery, once a strip mall and now a suite of industrial kitchens and a farm stand that dominates the retired parking lot. They’re here to pick up their weekly food share. 

The six-year-old drags his father to the window, where, standing on his toes, he can make out the glowing vats of dark liquid. When it’s their turn to go inside, he trots straight to the counter and presents their jars to a young farmer, who is scooping out helpings of a green paste. 

“We’ve got extra for you today,” says the farmer, much to Lev’s delight. “We’ve been experimenting with new techniques — like injecting carbon into the water to boost production. The spirulina is growing faster than ever!”

“Keep the extra,” says the father. “We’re growing it at home now, too. We dug an algae pond in our backyard and e... Read more

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