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There’s also a “dogma” box—named for Denmark’s well-known Dogme film collective , which banned artificial lighting and sound—that contains only Danish produce. In the winter, that means a lot of roots, tubers, and greenhouse lettuce. But Harttung says the dogma box, which accounts for between five and 10 percent of Aarstiderne’s orders, keeps the company on its toes by pushing it to discover the limits of what is possible to grow locally.
Of course, family dinners made with that produce would probably be pretty awkward.
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