An evolving page of things to expand your knowledge.
Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4 a Day, Leanne Brown
Brown’s cookbook focuses on healthy and easy recipes that fit the SNAP (AKA food stamps) daily budget. Also available online as a free PDF.
This documentary claims that the obesity crisis is mainly caused by processed foods and a common ingredient in them: sugar.
This documentary shows how the people who grow and harvest much of our food are marginalized and deserve so much more.
This TED Talk outlines Ron Finley’s vision for a thriving community through food gardening.
This book traces the origins of 4 types of modern American meals, and in the process schools us on the industrial food system.
This documentary highlights the pervasiveness of food insecurity in the United States and offers concrete solutions for addressing it.
This book reveals the diabolical engineering of processed foods and why we can’t stop eating them.
This award-winning TED Talk makes Chef Jamie Oliver’s case for bringing nutrition and cooking education to schools and communities.
This book envisions what we should be eating in the future in a fascinating global journey.
This 4 part Netflix documentary series traces methods of cooking food and how cooking makes us human.
Interdisciplinary journal about all things food.
International organization dedicated to preserving and savoring traditional foods, ingredients, and their preparations.
This book empowers us to be more than a mere tourist when traveling.
Paulo Friere was a Brazilian educator who believed that education should be a tool of transformation for learners and our world.
This program of study was founded by Julia Child and Jacques Pepin.
Institution devoted to peace and justice studies.
Music video featuring a Dead Prez member that is part of a anti-obesity curriculum.