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Our Coffee Table: Michael Pollan’s Food Rules illustrated by Maira Kalman
"Eat foods made from ingredients you can picture in their raw state or growing in nature.
Read the ingredients on a package of Twinkies or Pringles and imagine what those ingredients actually look like raw or in the place where they grow: You can’t do it. This rule will keep all sorts of chemicals and foodlike substances out of your diet.”

Our Coffee Table: Michael Pollan’s Food Rules illustrated by Maira Kalman

"Eat foods made from ingredients you can picture in their raw state or growing in nature.

Read the ingredients on a package of Twinkies or Pringles and imagine what those ingredients actually look like raw or in the place where they grow: You can’t do it. This rule will keep all sorts of chemicals and foodlike substances out of your diet.”

Corn Succotash Salad Recipe from PS1 MoMA’s Rooftop Salad Garden Party

We’re big fans of all the salad awesomeness happening on the blog Salad for President. So when we found out the blog’s founder Julia Sherman was developing a garden project on the roof of PS1 MoMA, we were jazzed to get involved! 

For the past few months, Julia has been bringing the urban farming project to life along with her talented gardener friend Camilla Hammer. To make the garden even sweeter (literally), they covered the plant beds in roasted cocoa shells, which acts as mulch for all the growing plants—it’s like one big chocolate blanket! Each heirloom veggie and herb is identified with ceramic markers, all handmade and painted by the amazing Claire Typaldos of Season Studio (who sells her succulents and terrariums on Good Eggs). 

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