Features the food culture of Maine with Joe Ricchio & Joel Beauchamp, via foodcoma.tv

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Video: Perennial Plate visits the Florida to meet the people who pick tomatoes and show us a window into their daily life, via Perennial Plate.

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Here is a neat infographic on the Satiety Index versus the Glycemic Index to see how full people feel after eating creation foods, via Food Tech Connect. 

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Love the show then check out the Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook by Judy Gelman and Peter Sheutlin, via NPR.

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“Food is important,” I said to the audience at Cleveland Public Library last Thursday night. It was my first line and it got a laugh. I was surprised and encouraged. When I say that to most groups of Americans, they look at me they way cows look up from their grazing. Not even a moo. As I said, it got a laugh, and I was surprised, but I shouldn’t have been because they care about food and they knew why I needed to say it. Because for decades we forgot. We stopped paying attention, because food was everywhere. It still is. But now that it’s making us sick, now that the production of it is fouling our land and our oceans, debasing the animals we eat for food and the workers who handle them, we’ve Read On »

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