TEDx Tuesday Week 10
Feeding the world
This upcoming Friday is World Homemade Bread Day. Louise Fresco shows us why we should celebrate mass-produced, supermarket-style white bread. She says environmentally sound mass production will feed the world, yet leave a role for small bakeries and traditional methods.
As food, climate and water crises loom, Louise Fresco is looking hard at how we cultivate our crops and tend our livestock on a global scale. An expert on agriculture and sustainability, Fresco shows how cities and rural communities will remain tied through food, even as populations and priorities shift among them.
Louise believes it's time to think of food as a topic of social and economic importance on par with oil — that responsible agriculture and food consumption are crucial to world stability.
Watch the talk here.
TED Try it!
In honor of World Homemade Bread Day (who knew there was such a day?), we encourage you to take a much needed break and engage in the satisfying and relaxing act of baking! Here we share with you an artisan bread recipe that can be made at home, with or without extravagant equipment. There are only four ingredients and it even includes a video tutorial -- perfect for bread beginners!
Click here for the recipe.
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