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Food Isn’t Fixed. But We Are Fixing It Now.

2015. It’s hard to believe we’ve marked fifteen years in the new millennium. “2015” feels like that emblematic far-off year in a fantastical ‘80s movie. In that version of now, cars flew (or drove themselves?), eyeglasses displayed our email (oh … Continue reading

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Edible Education 101: Alice Waters on “What is an Edible Education?”

I don’t think I could have been more delighted and inspired by this evening’s Edible Education 101 lecture. Watching Alice Waters paint a vision of a future in which kids live in a world of good food is the perfect … Continue reading

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Edible Education 101: Carlo Petrini on The Global Food Movement

Carlo Petrini, founder and president of the international Slow Food movement, kicked off the much-anticipated Edible Education 101 lecture series at UC Berkeley this Tuesday. Given all the hype around the series (the ~300 free public tickets for this lecture … Continue reading

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Edible Education 101: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement

I could not be more excited about this lecture series at Berkeley this fall semester: taught by Nikki Henderson, Executive Director of People’s Grocery, and Michael Pollan, open to 400 UC Berkeley students and open free of cost to 300 general … Continue reading

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