Raphael Fellmer, Nieves Palmer and their two-year-old daughter Alma have been living on almost nothing for over three years, reports Yahoo. The German couple is on a money strike to protest an “excess-consumption society.” In exchange for housing, medical care and other services, the family works odd jobs. To eat, they largely rely on foodsharing, a practice in which people list and share food foraged from grocery store dumpsters. They hope their example inspires others to think about their own consumption and waste.
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