These pioneering green chefs are not simply fixing food but helping fix our broken food system.
I love my Australian shepherd, but he makes it easy. He loves me, my wife, his “brother” (another Aussie, named Buddy), and he loves other animals and people.
There has been a lot of learned philosophical discourse about how much of a say we have in creating our own futures. I’m not going to add to that dialogue. Instead, let’s approach it simply and practically.
Nature has given us amazing brains, but we were only alloted one per person. This means we can’t really multitask.
Most people would probably agree that the speed of today’s “living” has something to do with the stresses most of us experience in our working lives and too often bring home with us.
How can we successfully navigate this maze of opposing views in getting along in our daily lives. Is the answer more lawyers, PR firms and lobbyists? Hopefully, there’s a less adversarial way.
Our role in the natural foods industry is to supplement where needed and then get out of the way and let nature take its well-designed course. Big Food and biotech companies don’t see things this way and so oppose GMO labeling.