GLOBAL WARMING, inequity, war and the other problems we face are a direct result of our cultural attitudes and practices. Is there an idea that could transform the roots of our culture and lay a solid foundation for peace and sustainability? A timeless, universal idea that is beckoning to us three times a day but which we mainly fail to recognise? Yes, I believe there is, and it’s our daily food.

Our most immediate and socially significant connection with the larger order is through eating food. Our food choices are a surprising and overlooked key to understanding our culture and ourselves. By ...


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