Hot “truck-on-truck video” at Off the Grid

Yes Tanja Andrews, Off the Grid brought us lots of hot truck-on-truck video action too! Heheh.

To understand what I’m talking about you gotta watch the videos they shot for their fun show, Freshtopia (which is usually about healthy and sustainable living).

First video is just mostly scenery from Off the Grid.

Second video talks about dna-mutating hotdogs. Oh, more accurately, Udo, talking about such (he came all the way from Germany to Off-the-Grid).

Comments

  1. Favorite quote: “I’m a busy professional on the go. I’d love to eat a hot dog, but who has time for all that chewing?” LOL

    Nice videos. However, I would like to put in a word for the much-maligned hot dog. It is looking increasingly likely that the sodium nitrate used to preserve hot dogs is actually good for you:

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2005-09-05-hot-dog-drug_x.htm

    One day they will be giving people IV bags of “hot dog extract” to treat heart attacks… :-)

    Of course it also may be true that free radicals it liberates may be carcinogenic as well (oxidative stress).

    Another interesting fact is that at least 85% of dietary nitrite comes from… waaait for it… vegetables!!!

    “Moderation in all things,” maybe…? And if you have any kind of food to eat at all, be thankful. :-)

  2. Favorite quote: “I’m a busy professional on the go. I’d love to eat a hot dog, but who has time for all that chewing?” LOL

    Nice videos. However, I would like to put in a word for the much-maligned hot dog. It is looking increasingly likely that the sodium nitrate used to preserve hot dogs is actually good for you:

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2005-09-05-hot-dog-drug_x.htm

    One day they will be giving people IV bags of “hot dog extract” to treat heart attacks… :-)

    Of course it also may be true that free radicals it liberates may be carcinogenic as well (oxidative stress).

    Another interesting fact is that at least 85% of dietary nitrite comes from… waaait for it… vegetables!!!

    “Moderation in all things,” maybe…? And if you have any kind of food to eat at all, be thankful. :-)