Tag Archives: TED Talks

Sustainability: Is Going Green Where It’s At?

Sustainability. Slow food. Carbon footprints. Local food. Fair trade. These are hot topics currently in the culture at large and the buzzwords du jour of the food community. And with good reason. People care more and more about where their food is coming from. In 2009, Merriam-Webster added the word “locavore” to their dictionaries, thus […]

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Be Nice To Bacon!

Christien Meindertsma: How pig parts make the world turn

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Ellen Gustafson: Obesity + Hunger = 1 global food issue

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Use Your Food To Fight Cancer

I found this TED talk from William Li about how to use diet to preemptively fight cancer fascinating and I hope you do too!  Not familiar with TED? Find out more about their campaign to spread ideas.

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You Are Exactly What You Eat

Generally, this website is reserved for recipes and other tips like pantry stocking or planning that are directly related to making meals. Today however, I leave you the video below. I know it is 22 minutes long. But I promise you, it is 22 worthy minutes. If it weren’t, I wouldn’t have placed it here. […]

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