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Unread 09-18-2008, 05:58 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Marsha View Post
We catered a lunch for 55 people in Silicon Valley yesterday. Everyone raved about how good the food was. But we had one question passed on to us later from an attendee who belongs to a Silicon Valley green business organization. They often have food at their events and gatherings and he wanted to know if we could do "Green BBQ" for them?
Pardon my ignorance, but what on earth is "Green BBQ"!?
You should check to see if burning chunk or lump can be described or spun as carbon neutral. In other words, the off gasses during burning are off set by the "positive" gasses being excreted while the material was alive before harvesting or production.

Combine this with some statement about local ingredients, range fed, etc, and you could perhaps call it green.
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