As a nutrition expert, this was a documentary I did not want to stop watching after 10 minutes into the film. I appreciate the director giving the film a scientific angle and a personal angle because no matter the science, food is very personal.
While the film came out in favor of GMOs, in line with scientific consensus, the film provides balance in its presentation, minimizing the “us versus them” feel that is present in so many recent food films
Billed as a set of techniques that promise more precision, flexibility and efficiency, these new breeding technologies are fast-replacing the biotechnology used to create the first genetically engineered crops.
This twist on the Zimbabwean classic huku nedovi (roadrunner chicken in peanut sauce) is quick to prepare and uses chicken thighs instead of the tougher meat of roadrunner chicken. Bell pepper, garlic and ginger add extra flavor and a dose of vegetables.
Inspired by the Zimbabwean dish muriwo, this recipe tames the spiciness of mustard greens by sautéing with tomatoes and spices. In Zimbabwe, pumpkin leaves also are commonly served as the side dish muboora, but they are not commonly available in North America.