Ingredients: the local food movement takes root


“Sometimes I like to learn” I told my co-worker when I checked Ingredients out from work. I thought it was an insightful and beautifully documented film about the positive impacts of thinking about where your food comes from. The most interesting part was the history of food-producing agriculture. The historical traditions of immigrants was a component. Fascinating!

Right now I don’t buy locally, or even freshly, for two reasons. A) I don’t have control of my kitchen, and B) I am not aware of agriculture in northern New Jersey. I do care though. I care about food and preserving the environment. Perhaps my buying patterns will change in 2013.

Number of re-watches: A couple

Published by ccharle2

A digital services librarian. When I am not reading, I can be found running or counting bats.

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