We’ve just finished a two-week teaching with Dr. Jan Chozen Bays on Mindful Eating and we’ve followed up with a podcast featuring an exercise Dr. Bays developed to examine the “seven kinds of hunger” (you’ll need food in front of you to participate in this exercise). But beyond our own subjective experience of eating and hunger, sustainability and social impact are not to be overlooked, so we’re taking cues from Elephant Journal‘s ever Buddhist, ever green Waylon Lewis. Last week Lewis interviewed bestselling Omnivore’s Dilemma author Michael Pollan for EJ‘s “Walk the Talk Show.” Great stuff, definitely worth watching.

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