...Rethinking how our society participates in the food system, where food is produced and by whom, and what scale it is grown on.
Aaron says that he thinks the best way to get America back into agriculture is to turn it into a spectator sport.
These two quotations go back to a point of Sohodojo's that I have often mentioned in my blog posts: that shopping can and should be an experience in itself. Michael Ableman, the author of "Fields of Plenty" firmly believes in this himself. He stresses the importance of knowing who made your food, how it was made, where it was made. There should be a connection, he says, between yourself and your food.