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Food Resolutions for Thought

How’s that New Year’s Resolution going? Perhaps you vowed to drink less or hit the gym more? Maybe you promised to eat healthier food.

The Washington Post must have resolved to knock it out of the park with food-related columns and articles this year. 711 more words


Mandatory Labeling of Genetically Modified Organisms & the Food Movement

Is Mandatory GMO Labeling the Hero We Deserve… or the One We Think We Need Right Now?

(I am the food movement.)

Chelsea Clarke

December 13, 2015… 5,642 more words


Recipe for kitchen communication: Spicy, sour or vanilla?

Having an established job over the years in a certain sector I have never had the opportunity to discover work within a restaurant. Although having professional chefs in my family and being a keen cook in my early days(and not to forgot being a obese ‘foody’ and avid food TV viewer.), I understand the some what brutal aspects of working in a such an environment, and now, the relation of this discipline to the approach of ‘kitchen brigade’. 829 more words


"Welcome to the Food System of the U.S.- Mexico Border"

Here’s “Man in the Maze,” a short film about Food System problems (hideous) and people-centered solutions (beautiful).  The film is specific to “the geopolitical boundary with the greatest economic disparity in the world” but offers inspiration to people anywhere working hard “to rebuild the food system up from the bottom in a participatory way,” as… 29 more words

Food Sovereignty

Why An Apple A Day?

We all know the saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Why do we say that? Well beyond all the great essential nutrients an apple provides, did you know produce, such as fruit and vegetables, also have just the right amount of aspirin to prevent all types of strokes and heart attacks? 99 more words


Meet Me At the Fair

I’m going to the fair.

Not that one!

Next week, September 8, 9, 10, I’ll be in Santa Rosa, California at the National Heirloom Exposition… 287 more words


How I Found Myself in the Presence of Frances Moore Lappé

Thanks to luck, a yellow poster, determination, an email chain and a twenty dollar bill, I found myself at the Food First 40th Anniversary Panel Event. 1,819 more words