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the politics of cooking
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the politics of cooking
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the politics of cooking

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cooking our meals from scratch is a political act that can change the world and make it a better place for more people.

cooking our meals from scratch is a political act that can change the world and make it a better place for more people.

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  • As a management instructor I appreciate viewing the work of others. This is one of the best demonstration on planning I've viewed.
    Sharika
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  • http://www.fioricetsupply.com is the place to resolve the price problem. Buy now and make a deal for you.
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  • very very good show!!!
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  • in india preservation is still a way of life...pickles, jams etc. out of seasonal veggies and fruits.. but things are changing..i don't see my generation taking all the hassle...supermarkets are so much easier...
    this slideshow i hope is acting as an eye opener
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  • somehow text got lost. it should say: encourage neighborhood markets
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    • 1. 6.000.000.000 + mouths to feed…
    • 2. the politics of cooking “ chez-toi” - cooking as DIY culture on web 2.0.
    • 3. a personal history
      • in the beginning…
    • 4. no:
    • 5. pork
    • 6. milk
    • 7. white bread
    • 8. french fries + mayonnaise
    • 9. yes:
    • 10. veal
    • 11. veal olive oil olive oil
    • 12. olive oil whole wheat bread whole wheat bread
    • 13. veal olive oil whole wheat bread pasta pasta
    • 14. travel spain france germany belgium luxemburg switzerland austria liechtenstein united kingdom portugal italy greece u.s.a. canada
    • 15. travel spain france germany belgium luxemburg switzerland austria liechtenstein united kingdom portugal italy greece sri lanka thailand myanmar u.s.a. canada china japan india indonesia malaysia singapore hong kong morocco nepal u.s.s.r. finland
    • 16. travel spain france germany belgium luxemburg switzerland austria liechtenstein united kingdom portugal italy greece sri lanka thailand myanmar u.s.a. canada china japan india indonesia malaysia singapore hong kong morocco nepal u.s.s.r. finland argentina chile uruguay brasil venezuela curaçao turkey tunesia dominican republic bolivia
    • 17. fusion cuisine
    • 18. B.C.
      • fire
      • pottery
      • domesticated
      • animals
      • edible plants
      • 4th B.C. -
      • 1st cookbook
      • hyapathia
      m a brief evolution of food
    • 19. 11th-13th. A.D.
      • 1096 butcher shop,
      • paris
      • wood, animal fat & butter
      • v.s.
      • olive oil
    • 20. 15th-16th. A.D.
      • the discoveries
      • 1533
      • guilds
      catarina de medici
    • 21. 17th. A.D.
      • british east
      • india company
      • dutch east india
      • company - v.o.c.
      • english home
      • brewn liquor
      • coffee
    • 22. 18th. A.D.
      • glass wine bottles
      • 1st pasta factory,
      • venice
      • american apples in
      • london
      • napoleon & canning
      • contest
      bottle
    • 23. 19th. A.D.
      • canning process
      • 1st candy &
      • biscuit factory
      • chocolate, margarine,
      • commercial ice cream
      • food emporia:
      • coca cola, heinz,
      • lipton’s, kellogg’s
    • 24. 20th. A.D.
      • frozen food
      • 1906 pure food &
      • drug act
      • 1st self-service
      • supermarkets
    • 25. 1952
    • 26. 1955
    • 27. self-service supermarkets industrial agriculture, & fastfood h the escalation
    • 28. pork milk white bread fries industrial crop dusting large scale top soil destruction
    • 29. missed spraying growth enhancers, pesticides
    • 30. industrial feedlot growth hormones, anti-biotics, bse
    • 31. industrial egg production salmonela, avian flu, campilo bacter
    • 32. industrial pig farming pig pest, contaminated shit heaps
    • 33. industrial fish aquaculture growth hormones, anti-biotics
    • 34. Sunny Boy, progenitor 2.000.000 sperm doses sold worldwide +/- 1.000.000 descendants mono breeding v.s. biodiversity
    • 35. economic footprint v
    • 36. logistic nightmare concentration of distribution
    • 37. marketing & publicity over consumption
    • 38. self-service convenience?
    • 39.  
    • 40. validity date produce waste
    • 41. open produce counter energy waste
    • 42. individual packaging waste
    • 43. snack pigeon holes complete disconnection
    • 44. iconic meal real cost  45,00
    • 45. mcdonald’s in china 1.200.000.000+ mouths to feed
    • 46. eric schlosser - fast food nation industry exposure
    • 47. M out of control 320.000 existing food products + 10.000 new products a year
    • 48. obesity & branding systematic brainwashing
    • 49. slow -----> fast
    • 50. home cooked food
    • 51. sugar salt fat E’s the quick fix:
    • 52. label info
    • 53. E939 - helium E941 - nitrogen E509 - calcium chloride E220 - sulphur dioxide E290 - carbon dioxide E223 - sodium metabisulphite E224 - potassium metabisulphite
    • 54. produce -----> product
    • 55. raw ingredient
    • 56. processed food
    • 57. control -----> controlled
    • 58. in control
    • 59. being controlled
    • 60. schizophrenic society contradiction: capitalist growth v.s. esthetic ideals
    • 61. Madhouse Month Pack for the family: Plenty for picnics, weekends and school lunches! Price: $30.00 source: http://storemadhousemunchies.com eat more
    • 62. be thin
    • 63. marriage: food industry X pharmaceutical industry
    • 64. WE must take back control
    • 65. “ chez-toi” & web 2.0 self-empowerment through cooking communities & smart food strategies
    • 66. cooking community home-cooked meal exchange group =
    • 67. cooking communities get a group together
    • 68. cooking communities create a schedule
    • 69. cooking communities establish rules of exchange . ”comme-chez-toi” : cook 1 meal = 1 credit eat 1 meal = 1 debit . LETS- local exchange trade systems . time based currencies
    • 70. cooking communities use the web as a tool mindmap by m. angermeier, 11-11-2005, wikipedia
    • 71. cooking communities share meals and more
    • 72. 1 . get a group together 2 . create a schedule 3 . establish rules of exchange 4 . use the web as a tool 5 . share meals and more cooking communities
    • 73. smart food strategy: local produce
    • 74. raw ingredients smart food strategy:
    • 75. smart food strategy: organic & free range
    • 76. local shop smart food strategy:
    • 77. smart food strategy: encourage neighborhood markets
    • 78. smart food strategy: encourage neighborhood markets
    • 79. grow your own smart food strategy:
    • 80. make your own smart food strategy:
    • 81. 1 . buy local produce 2 . buy raw ingredients 3 . buy free range & organic food 4 . buy at your local shops 5 . encourage neighborhood markets 6 . D.I.Y.: grow & make your own smart food strategies
    • 82. conclusions cooking our own meals is a political act that can change the world and make it a better place for more people the future is now: TRY IT CHEZ -T OI
    • 83. still life with garden produce [email_address]
    • 84. ylg, 2006 disclaimer: i used both my own photos and images i found on the web. i am indebted for using other people’s images here today. it is for a good cause. if you have a problem, mail me.

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