What’s Wrong With What We Eat: Mark Bittman

In this great and thought-provoking video, NY Times food writer Mark Bittman, talks about as the title suggests, “What’s Wrong with What We Eat.”  The website, TED.com, is full of thought-provoking videos and talks. Bittman points out that we (humans) consume 10 billion animals a year. He doesn’t advocate for vegetarianism (relax, carnivores) but like Michael Pollan the author of the great “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” of being more thoughtful, critical and informed about how the food we eat arrives at our table.

When you have 20 minutes to pay attention – this is well worth it.

Click Here: Mark Bittman, “What’s Wrong with What We Eat”

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  1. Shira

    So true! Happy to see you writing again, needing new recipes! 🙂

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