From online food show Cooking Up a Story comes this four-part interview and lecture with Michael Pollan during which he talks about eating real food instead of their imitations, the ideology of understanding food solely through its nutrients, learning how to eat from culture instead of science, and "voting with your fork" to influence food producers to make better food.
Each video is about 10 minutes long, but it's worth making the time to watch them. Check them out, after the jump. [via Culinate]
Michael Pollan Interview and Lecture: Part 1
Michael Pollan Interview and Lecture: Part 2
Michael Pollan Interview and Lecture: Part 3
Michael Pollan Interview and Lecture: Part 4
Michael Pollan [Official Site]
Cooking Up a Story
Michael Pollan's Twelve Commandments for Serious Eaters: Can You Live By Them?
Michael Pollan, Joan Dye Gussow, Dan Barber: Healthy, Green, and Hedonistic?