by WorldLink staff

Have you ever tasted a purple potato or a golden beet? In this video from the Nourish Video Encyclopedia, chef Jamie Oliver, star of TV’s Food Revolution, invites us to explore a world of new tastes.

Nourish is a national educational initiative designed to open a meaningful conversation about food and sustainability. With a distinctly positive vision, Nourish celebrates both food and community. Learn more at www.nourishlife.org.

Jamie Oliver is a chef, television personality, best-selling author, and advocate for healthy school lunch. His television programs include the Emmy-winning Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, The Naked Chef, Jamie’s School Dinners, Jamie at Home, and Jamie’s Ministry of Food. He is the author of Jamie’s Food Revolution, Jamie at Home and other cookbooks.

Stay tuned for more selections from the Nourish Video Encyclopedia, a collection of short films that explore the story of our food. Join best-selling author Michael Pollan, author Anna Lappé, pediatrician Nadine Burke, and others committed to building healthy communities.

In late October and November 2010, look for the Nourish: Food + Community television special on your local PBS station. If you’re an educator, a Nourish middle school curriculum guide will be available in October 2010. And if you’re a non-profit leader, active congregation member, or good food advocate, Nourish will offer tool kits for organizing community screenings and conversations.

Be part of the food revolution. Nourish yourself. Nourish the world.

?Visit the Nourish website and Follow Nourish on Twitter.

Nourish is a program of WorldLink, a non-profit organization dedicated to education for sustainability. Heifer International is a sponsor of the Nourish initiative.

Author

Casey Neese