Jared Ingersoll on…weeds

October 6, 2013
Just over a year ago I was fortunate to meet two very smart, passionate people – a scientist called Pia Winberg and an artist called Diego Bonetto. An unlikely mix, but these two people have […]

Jared Ingersoll on… hunger

September 20, 2013
Love food, hate waste I would say that many of us have a memory of hunger. Maybe not from our own generation, rather our parents and grandparents – we have heard stories of going without, […]

Jared Ingersoll on… Health Foods

September 6, 2013
The term ‘heath food’ has always left me feeling slightly cold and a little scared. It conjures up images of mum stuffing my lunch box with raw corn and sprout sandwiches and other such things […]

You and your stomach's footprint

August 14, 2013
If you are reading this I assume that you are alive. And being someone who is alive, you are a part of your eco-system; food and drink goes in and you have your err.. outputs […]

Jared on… Local, Seasonal & Sustainable

July 26, 2013
As I sit on a red sofa in Newtown waiting for a meeting to start, I take some time to reflect on stuff and decide, in this cook’s humble opinion, that ‘local,’ ‘seasonal’ and ‘sustainable’ […]

Jared on… being green

June 28, 2013
‘Local,’ ‘seasonal’ and ‘sustainable’ – it’s true that just one of these words alone carries weight when it comes to discussions about ethical food and eating, but they can each have a raft of interpretations. […]

Jared Ingersoll on… Bugs

June 28, 2013
Have you ever seen a snail in your backyard or garden and the first emotion you felt was hunger? No? A rather large, slimy snail, slithering and leaving behind its sticky viscous silver trail? Still […]

Jared Ingersoll: What do you own?

June 6, 2013
Intellectual property laws are a rather interesting and relatively new phenomenon that seems to be slowly creeping up and becoming more controlling to the way that we live our modern lives, although many people simply […]
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