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In Defense Of Cooking

Michael Pollan needs no introduction. Since The Omnivore’s Dilemma (The Penguin Press, 2006) established him as a prominent food-system American luminary, the New-York-Times-journalist-turned-best-selling-author has been speaking at sold-out events around the country—and abroad. These days, his fans can rejoice in … Continue reading

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Can Food Heal The World?

If social and dietary crises are deeply intertwined, as UC Davis assistant professor Charlotte Biltekoff asserts, can we jump-start an effective social healing process by making healthy, conscious food choices? Continue reading

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San Francisco Food Story

As a San Francisco resident, I’ll get over my scruples today and say it like I see it: the San Francisco Bay Area is one rather good place to look at when wanting to visualize what a sustainable food chain … Continue reading

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The French Cooking Paradox

The French ought to be proud. Their world-famous cuisine has just made the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, next to Argentina’s tango, Chinese calligraphy, the Royal Ballet of Cambodia and over 200 other cultural expressions and practices … Continue reading

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