But any suggestion that bread isn't needed for survival is met with shock and horror at the very idea that people shouldn't have this paid for by the rest of us:
And if the costs are challenged, then the tack switches immediately to how 'mean' you are to refuse 'free' food:
Meanwhile, the pressure groups are moving in too, demanding their 'free' lunch:
Many patients find it challenging to manage a life‐long gluten‐free diet.I have no doubt they do. I'm sure peanut-allergy sufferers have the occasional craving for a Planter's too. And diabetics for that delicious-looking meringue.
But why should I have to pay to take that responsibility away from them?
H/T: Robert Hale via email