This series reveals the compelling stories and inspired solutions envisioned by food rebels across America, who are striving to create a more conscious, sustainable and delicious alternative to what we eat and how we produce it.
Food on the Brain (#211H) Duration: 26:46 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Explore the disconnect between the belly and the brain and America's national eating disorder. A journey to Cornell's Food and Brand Lab unveils the psychology of consumer habits and introduces viewers to simple tips and tricks for a healthier diet; and researchers in Boulder, Colorado, are mapping the human microbiome with amazing results.
Wild Food, I Think I Love You (#212H) Duration: 26:46 STEREO TVPG (Secondary audio: DVI)
Once upon a time, wild food was all there was. If you didn't pick it, catch it or kill it, you didn't eat. That's all changed, of course, but what have we lost in our move from the wilderness that once supported us? And what could we gain by rediscovering foraging as a source of food? Head deep into America's backwoods, joining mushroom pickers on Washington's Olympic peninsula, charitable deer hunters in North Carolina and roadkill eaters in West Virginia.
The U.S. of Agriculture (#213H) Duration: 26:46 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
From the founding farmers to the modern farm bill, what has 200 years of progress brought to the table? More food at lower prices for sure, but also food fights over the environment, hunger, nutrition and waste. In this episode, politicians, policy watchdogs and food experts take a tour through the history of food and agriculture in America. There's an entry point for everyone in the conversation about how we feed ourselves.