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Through the day
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6.30 a.m.

To wake up – a shower. Oat shampoo makes hair supple. The body lotion with barley extract nourishes your skin. Add the face day cream, which contains tiny sugar compounds called glycosides, and the day can start.

7.00 a.m.

The smell of coffee is already coming from the kitchen: a cup with a shot of oat milk will drive away even the last bit of tiredness. It's accompanied by a crispbread made from rye with margarine and honey from rapeseed. For the children there is porridge - better known as oat flakes.

In the lunch box for school are two slices of wheat bread, on it a vegetable spread of tomato, plus cucumber and peppers - fiber and vitamins.

7.30 a.m.

Let's go! On the way to work by car, the gasoline indicator flashes. At the next gas station, there's environmentally friendly biodiesel made from rapeseed or fuel made from sugar beets.

7.45 a.m.

Continue along the country road. To the left and right of the street you see fields, there is also a farm with cattle and pigs. The animals are fed special feed from rye or corn.

8.00 a.m.

Arriving at work: Quickly into the warmth. The company building draws energy from a combined heat and power plant that runs on biogas from sugar beets.

10.00 a.m.

When the small hunger comes, power bars are in vogue. The snack provides energy from pea proteins.

12.30 p.m.

Off to the lunch break! There are three menus to choose from in the cafeteria. The Mexican week offers tortillas made from corn flour. The vegetarian dish: spinach lasagna. The salad bar today is dominated by chard, tomatoes, beans and onions.

2.00 p.m.

Things are getting heated in the meeting, and your head is smoking. A pill helps with a headache. Medicines often contain sugar, too.

3.00 p.m.

Meanwhile, school is out, and the children go to the grandparents. Grandma serves vegetable soup. After that, they play. The youngest experiment with Play-Mais, an alternative to plasticine.

4.30 p.m.

Closing time! Let's go home. There's a delivery notification in the mailbox. The package with your new glasses is at the neighbor's. Everything is intact - thanks to packaging pellets made of corn.

6.00 p.m.

Today for dinner we barbecue in the garden. There are sausages with mustard and potato salad. Melon is served for dessert. The beer from brewing barley bubbles pleasantly on this warm summer evening.

8.30 p.m.

Full and satisfied, everyone helps with the cleanup: Corn starch is the basis for compostable trash bags. When washing up, an agent made from rapeseed oil dissolves the grease from the dishes.

10.00 p.m.

What a day. Time for a leisurely nightcap! The whiskey contains grain - always barley, often also wheat, corn or rye.

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