In the Field with Edible Brooklyn
By Edible Brooklyn
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How is technology changing what and how we eat? From inside one of the world’s most famous kitchens to a lab that edits plant genes, the first season of Edible Brooklyn’s “In the Field” explores the rapidly evolving intersection of food and technology—two constants of everyday life. We investigate the tech behind the food we eat, the tech that doesn’t belong in our dinner and the tech that doesn’t exist yet—but should. Get inspired to invent, to plant, to cook and to stay informed. Edible Brooklyn celebrates the people and ideas who make our local food communities more sustainable, equitable, nutritious and delicious and is a member of the Edible Communities network.
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top notch production
I had to remind myself that I wasn't actually watching anything, it was that vivid. Impressive scope and detail of behind-the-scenes workings of Stone Barns without bogging down. An ace debut.
A taste of the future!
Curious, fun, and still asking some hard questions, I love listening to this show. It gives me a taste of what's to come as well as what's already here in terms of how tech is affecting what we eat.
Behind the scenes look at the food world
I’m excited to get more glimpses into the parts of the food world I’ve never seen...or even thought about! Keep it coming!