Roadkill is food for this American

For the past year, Mr Rob Greenfield has been living in a tiny home in someone else's backyard and has not spent a cent on food, eating only what he grows and what he fishes.
For the past year, Mr Rob Greenfield has been living in a tiny home in someone else's backyard and has not spent a cent on food, eating only what he grows and what he fishes. PHOTO: AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE
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ORLANDO (United States) • Mr Rob Greenfield needs a lift. He often does as he does not own a car.

Ride-sharing is one of the many ways in which he tries to reduce his carbon footprint - but the other is more extreme. For the past year, he has not spent a cent on food.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 13, 2019, with the headline Roadkill is food for this American. Subscribe