Michael Pollan’s popular lecture series, Edible Education 101: A Complete Course on Modern Food Production, is now available online through The Atlantic. From their website:
This fall at the University of California, Berkeley, a new course surveys the political, social, environmental, and gustatory stakes of modern food production. In his Edible Education 101: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement, Berkeley journalism professor and best-selling author Michael Pollan yields the spotlight to other experts: Though he appears frequently as introducer, moderator, and panelist, the classes are focused on an all-star cast of guest lecturers. Taken together, these food A-listers and innovators provide a compelling, comprehensive portrait of 21st-century eating.
Although all the lectures are available for free via UC Berkeley’s YouTube channel, The Atlantic has put them all together for you in one place. Check it out here.
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