Barbara Kingsolver describes an adventure her family undertook to spend one year eating primarily what they could grow or raise themselves. As a citizen and mother more than an expert, she turned her life towards questions many of us are asking. Food, she says, is a "rare moral arena" in which the ethical choice is often the pleasurable choice.
This unedited interview with Barbara Kingsolver is included in our program "Barbara Kingsolver on The Ethics of Eating."
See more at www.onbeing.org/program/ethics-eating/191
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