So you missed your opportunity to sign up for Michael Pollan‘s new colloquium-style two-unit class this fall, Edible Education 101: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement. It filled up in minutes. Maybe your stupid smartphone stopped working, or you accidentally spilled some nonfat vegan, gluten-free almond milk, carefully hand-squeezed by grass-fed, humanely raised orphans, across your keyboard.
We understand. We’ve been binge-eating Cheeseboard pizzas and Ici ice cream by the coneful since that fateful day to forget the void that was to be filled with inspiring talks about “organic agriculture, school lunch reform, food safety, animal welfare, read more »