Originally Posted by Totenkopf
Was under the impression that diesel was more expensive due to refining practices (not as much produced as "regular" gas).
Wasn't speaking to diesel cost, but to the cost of food. Diesel cost is a major reason why food costs have skyrocketed as most farm equipment and transportation runs on diesel. Now using corn in ethanol is a factor in both the costs of vegetables and meats, because we could use that same land to grow the type of corn used for human and animal consumption, but the price of diesel is having more of an influence on our cost than ethanol is.
Forgive me for not being clear to which one I was complaining about today.