Welcome to the Machine [Become a Liberated Eater]

We drive through, it’s fried, slapped together, paid for and eaten. It all happens so fast, doesn’t it? Welcome to the machine. But what can we do when we can’t be 100% free of the machine? We can’t all live off-grid and eat organic all the time. Liberation is mental freedom, and while we can’t always be free in the cage that has been built for us, the system we were born into, we can still have freedom in our mind. Do what you can to fight the system (peacefully) and when you can’t - just relax. Do what you can. That’s all anyone can do. Here’s how to liberate (your mind) from the industrial food system we are stuck in.

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Don't Airbrush My Tomatoes

Did you ever notice how the fruits and vegetables at your grocery store all kind of look the same?

Uniform. Perfect. All in a row... same color... same shape. "Ideal." But let's get real. When it comes to nutrition, looks don't really matter — it's what's on the inside that counts. (You know, kind of like with people?) Read how to make stellar change with small choices in our giant food waste problem.

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The Death + Revival of Real Food

The death of real food is among us. We can see it everywhere we go. We are losing the generation where home cooked meals with real ingredients were used, and gaining more and more packaged and processed ready-to-go meals. According to Mark Hyman, MD: "The slow insidious displacement of home cooked and communally shared family meals by the industrial food system has fattened our nation and weakened our family ties. More meals are eaten in the minivan than the kitchen." Here's how you can help us revive the death of the #realfood movement....

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Real-World Food Waste Solutions

They talked about all the food wastage that households' produce. The statistics they had were mind-boggling. Learning about the landfills should always motivate us to continue to do our part in recycling, since it is so hard on the environment when our landfills grow with things that cannot be broken down......

I spoke with a friend who attended the event, who commented "the film left me feeling really inspired - but also really guilty"

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