Sep 23, 2013-- "Until we see how we feed ourselves as just as important--and maybe more important than--all the other activities of mankind, there is going to be a huge hole in our consciousness. If we don't care about food, then the environment will always be something outside of ourselves. And yet the environment can be something that actually affects you in the most intimate -- and literally visceral -- way. It can be something that actually gets inside you and gets digested." Alice Waters is the owner of Chez Panisse restaurant and founder of The Edible Schoolyard. By actively involving a thousand students in all aspects of the food cycle, Alice shares the extraordinary effects that connecting with food has had on children and what we can do to plant seeds of revolution. (21323 reads)
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