John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Fascinating. Anyone who is interested in ancestral foods, reads the Food Renagade blog, or is a fan of Weston A. Price and the book Nourishing Traditions would enjoy watching this. Even if you aren't, and you just really like food, you will learn a lot about the ancient traditions behind the common staples of today.
Overstuffed with guesses and bunk. Underdeveloped in other parts. I watched the first part and half the second and just could stand anymore. Thought I'd cry from boredom.
Fantástico! Começa discutindo a relação da cozinha com a evolucao humana e vai até o distanciamento na vida moderna.
I fell in love with the guy's passion for cooking.
The recipe for this show is exquisite. Michael Pollan's eloquent love for food and cooking, the beautiful images, and the poetic way in which cooking is presented are absolutely perfect. It is both anthropological and accessible. The passionate characters one gets to meet in this 4-part documentary rub off their passion on you and you will never look at food the same way again. Loved it!