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Wendell Berry: The Pleasures of Eating | ecoliteracy.org
Indeed, this sort of consumption may be said to be one of the chief goals of industrial production. The food industrialists have by now persuaded millions of consumers to prefer food that is already prepared. They will grow, deliver, and cook your food for you and (just like your mother) beg you to eat it. That they do not yet offer to insert it, prechewed, into our mouth is only because they have found no profitable way to do so. We may rest assured that they would be glad to find such a way. The ideal industrial food consumer would be strapped to a table with a tube running from the food factory directly into his or her stomach.
eating  food  health  systems  industry  meal  kit  product  process  ecology  farms  agriculture  eater 
4 weeks ago by LizFlyntz
Orion Magazine | Renewing Husbandry
THE WORD “HUSBANDRY” IS THE NAME of a connection. In its original sense, it is the name of the work of a domestic man, a man who has accepted a bondage to the household. To husband is to use with care, to keep, to save, to make last, to conserve. Old usage tells us that there is a husbandry also of the land, of the soil, of the domestic plants and animals — obviously because of the importance of these things to the household.
husbandry  gender  farming  manhood  masculinity  sex  food  farmer  agriculture  soil  nature  economy  produce 
8 weeks ago by LizFlyntz
L.A.-Based Company Non/food Wants You to Eat Algae Bars | L.A. Weekly
Though their company, non/food, is not an art project, Raspet is an artist and Chinen an artist-writer, and their approach to non/food has a conceptual feel. Raspet has created art that relies on our less-emphasized senses of smell and taste since his breakthrough 2014 exhibition “New Flavors and Fragrances” at New Galerie in Paris. He more recently spent time as the flavorist for the Soylent product from L.A.-based Rosa Labs, helping to formulate Soylent Nectar, a drink that was released last year.
nonfood  project  product  art  artwork  food  cuisine  systems  algae  flavor  commerce  concept  vegetarian 
september 2018 by LizFlyntz
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