Waters & Pollan | Healthy Slow Food Tastings

Alice Waters is interviewed by WSJDolceTracker| Alice Waters gives a ‘just ok’ interview to the WSJ on the subject of Bay Area cuisine and the slow food movement. Grass-fed hamburgers are on the menu. Waters mentions the terrific Berkeley prof of science journalism Michael Pollan, who produces the most creative, informative work on food around.

If time is limited, read Jane E. Brody’s Rules Worth Following for Everyone’s Sake, with its focus on Pollan’s new book “Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual.”

If you have no time, follow Pollan’s advice: “If it came from a plant, eat it; if it was made in a plant, don’t.” Also “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”

More reading on slow, sensual living:

Seduced by Michael Pollan’s PBS “Botany of Desire”

Cultural Creatives Constitute the Core of the Slow Living Movement