— [http://goo.gl/kh4Fia] Yes, people eat too much junk food, that much is clear, but to generate enough time of an hour cooking every day for a lot of people is just not realistic and the whole thing seems out of touch with reality._______________________In an ideal world we'd all sit around with a source of a thousand, organic, fresh ingredients, but there are ways to do this without going back in to the past completely.



:: RT: Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation ▶ https://goo.gl/ApF3SW ◀ At times the narrator and presenter produces some of the most general sweeping statements about food culture in the world and often seems to think that "the West" actually means "America".


Explored through the lenses of the four natural elements - fire, water, air and earth - COOKED is an enlightening and compelling look at the evolution of what food means to us through the history of food preparation and its universal ability to connect us. Highlighting our primal human need to cook, the series urges a return to the kitchen to reclaim our lost traditions and to forge a deeper, more meaningful connection to the ingredients and cooking techniques that we use to nourish ourselves.



I am reading Michael Pollan's book, Cooked (2013, Kindle version). His main premise is that cooking is a simple way to make a big impact in fortifying our lives, our health, and others. This book was adapted by Netflix into a four-part documentary series, Cooked ::
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"Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation," by Michael Pollan, 2013, PDF ::

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As he tries his hand at baking, brewing and braising, acclaimed food writer Michael Pollan explores how cooking transforms food and shapes our world ::


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  1. Michael Pollan ▶ https://goo.gl/ApF3SW ◀ has written four New York Times bestsellers: Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual(2010); In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto (2008); The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals (2006); and The Botany of Desire: A Plant’s-Eye View of the World(2001). His most recent book, Cooked, explores how cooking “involves us in a web of social and ecological relationships: with plants and animals, the soil, farmers, our history and culture, and, of course, the people our cooking nourishes and delights.” And now, Pollan has teamed up with American documentary film producer and director Alex Gibney to create a four-part Netflix series that debuted this month, called "Cooked."

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  2. Cooked: ▶ https://goo.gl/ApF3SW ◀ Michael Pollan's new Documentary series explores the history of cooking.

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