Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Movie night

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I had a wonderful weekend in Madison WI last weekend, I'm going thru some pictures and writing a post about it.  Great food, great history and a great guide.  More on that later this week.  In the meantime, why not watch a movie?  I'm going to list some of the better movies about food, granted some of them are not the most exciting films, but that's not the point.  The reason to watch these programs is to be educated about your food,  where does it really come from,  are the giant livestock pens as bad as they say?  Just how much pesticide is are you really eating?  Is Monsanto the great Satan?  These films will present the arguments and let you decide for yourself.

Most of these are available on Amazon Prime for free.  Don't have Prime?  You should, just click below and get it. Free 2 day shipping, free movies and TV you cant go wrong.  The prices you see below the links are the cost to stream if you don't have prime.

Now on to the movies.
Food Inc. 
This is a well done documentary on the state of America's corporate controlled food industries

Learn what chefs, producers and activists are doing to bring safe quality food to your table and benefit local producers.

In Organic We Trust
Just what is organic any way?  This film attempts to answer that and explains why it may be the answer to our broken food industry.

Well those are just a couple of the very informational videos out there.  In the future I'll write some more about food films and try to give some more in depth reviews.

Stay hungry friends
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