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You Are What You Eat: My Talk at TEDxToronto

My talk explored some of the food-related problems shared by most North Americans. I propose that new problems don't always need new solutions and that preserving food could be a practical, time and money saving solution to some of our struggles.
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Recently I spoke at TEDxToronto, one of Toronto's premiere conferences now in its fifth year. My talk explored some of the food-related problems shared by most North Americans. I propose that new problems don't always need new solutions and that preserving food could be a practical, time and money saving solution to some of our struggles. To watch the other 11 TEDxToronto speakers take the stage visit www.tedxtoronto.com/talks.