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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Must See Web TV

  While I tend to have a highly literate and informed base of readers, not everyone's eyes feel like poring over my words at the end of a day. Sometimes seeing really is believing. It's one thing for me to write about the latest food contaminant in my Yummy Treat series, but it's another to see it for yourself.

Some of you may have seen the film Food Inc., which highlights some of the low points in the way the food that our families consume is produced. And those of you who haven't might be inclined to steal it online, and you probably shouldn't do that. The CBC is streaming the film online until further notice- legally. That's right- even though the Canadian government benefits from factory farming, it is still paying for the broadcast on their media outlets. This is what is known as an epic win for transparency.

Go HERE now to watch this documentary online or any of a number of features that affect consciousness.

Trailer courtesy of Hungry For Change

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