Stanford University is trying to “demystify the kitchen.” A new program launched with the of help of health food celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, the Teaching Kitchen, is teaching students how to grocery shop, cook and eat healthily.
Indeed. I'm going to respectfully disagree with the people who are calling this good music, but it's kind of hilarious nonetheless: A new song—a rap song—promoting organic, sustainable dairy products from England's Yeo Valley. Watch the music video below, which features a pretty girl dressed Barbour-chic, guys in wife-beaters, a tractor bouncing on hydraulics, and off-rhymes about cream and milk.
Locally grown, organic food used to be the last word in environmental awareness. Not anymore. For one, organics have a negligible carbon impact (though exceptions might exist); eating less red meat is probably the best you can do to lower your carbon footprint. And locally grown food might not be a workable..