How Cooking Can Change Your Life – Michael Pollan




Renowned activist and author Michael Pollan argues that cooking is one of the simplest and most important steps people can take to improve their family’s …

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  1. Nutritional Science is still very primitive. GOLD!!! 4:14

    And part of that reason is the suppression of the evidence discovered by those trying to patent a product (in the interest of making a buck). Freedom of Information Act has brought HUGE scads of such "covering up" to the surface (by those who are persistent enough to dig though all the literature).

  2. My every waking moment is spent either cooking or thinking about cooking. I usually dream about cooking as well. My father's father and my mother's mother were both restaurant owners and cooks, so I guess it's just in my genes. I am teaching my sons to cook also. I tell them that chances of finding a wife that can cook properly these days is dim, so their only hope for eating proper and delicious food is to cook it themselves.

  3. Before WWII we used technology to kill the German and Japanese fascists … and after the war we used that technology to kill our own people by using all the technology developed by the government privatized in any way that would addict us to buying from big corporations.

  4. Social engineering is different when it is by a corporation. I have direct power in what i choose to purchase, that is freedom. When the govt takes money from me by way of taxes and condemns me to its arbitrary edict- even if it doesnt effect me, that is the opposite of freedom.

  5. Weak men are responsible for feminism=feminism is responsible for the breakdown of the family, contraception, abortion, divorce, adultery, transgenderism, homosexuality AND the lack of a mother at home cooking for her family. The only winners are the fast food corporations and those who hate the family, which brings me back to weak men and feminists.

  6. I am so glad my grandparents were Italian. My mom was raised by immigrants with the classic Mediterranean diet, and I grew up thinking that that was just what one ate. I'm very, very lucky in that broccoli rabe and fava beans still seem like a perfectly normal meal.

  7. Michael Pollan, kinda doesn't tell ya this

    Due to its toxicity, the use of pesticides that contain methamidophos is currently being phased out in Brazil.
    In 2009, all uses in the United States were voluntarily canceled.

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