I’m a huge fan of sustainable, farm-to-table ecosystems (and bad rhymes). But let’s be honest, who isn’t a fan of the movement? On paper, most everyone is. However, one of the big problems with the sustainable movement is that people fail to recognize that more esoteric methods of the food system are often unsustainable. I’m about balance and proper understanding of subject matters.
Enter Louise Fresco, a jet-setter with an eye for sustainability. Recently, she spoke about this issue and how it pertains to bread. While I’m not quite into the spiritual aspect of the discussion, this is certainly worth a watch.
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