For autistic people like me, the pandemic is making it harder to eat. Here’s why

Outlet: Salon

Salon: Temple Grandin, an autism spokesperson and professor of animal science at Colorado State University, had a similar observation to Salon. She noted that she’ll take lunch meat “and put it on some salad. Before everything closed down I managed to buy some really nice olive oil and I put that on [the salad]. I was going, ‘Resources are tight. I have to eat this,'” Grandin added.