Jo Robinson’s new book Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health takes careful measure of the last 15 years of scientific research in the fields involving food and nutrition— tens of thousands of individual studies are distilled into a sizable number of startling revelations.
Next week on Food.Farmer.Earth we learn how to can sardines, visit a micro-cannery on the Oregon coast, and talk with an expert about mercury levels in West Coast albacore tuna.
Imagine, when your dog leads you into your own field of dreams.
November 24, 2010 In a very timely post, our friends at Nourish shared a video about a simple word, “nourish”, which was derived from the Latin nutrire. As many words do, this one also has different meanings. Many different thought leaders from the world of sustainable food and agriculture shared their interpretation of it. From […]
There’s more to eating than just its effect upon our health. Pleasure, a sense of community, our sense of connection with nature, these are all highly important aspects of eating that may get overlooked. In this segment with Deborah Kane of Ecotrust, Michael Pollan discusses our over-reliance upon science to guide us in our food […]