Ah, the smell of popcorn. It signals the coming age (or not) of diesel fuel made from soy beans in the Seattle area where those progressive nature-loving drivers number about 2000. More biodiesel stations are scheduled to open in Seattle over the summer, taking advantage of the higher fuel prices to make themselves competitive with regular diesel. Yours truly is moving to Seattle from Chicago at the end of the month and I will make it my mission to find out if you can fry a chicken wing in a biodiesel engine.
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