Chefs Can Save the World is Jeremy Barlow’s call to action for everyone who prepares, serves, consumes or simply enjoys food. We all have a responsibility to pay more attention to what we eat, where it comes from, and how it affects the world around us.
Jeremy’s journey is a discovery of how our health, our environment, our energy, our economy, and our security are inextricably tied to the food system. And, with half of all food dollars spent on dining out, our nation’s chefs hold significant influence to effect change. Jeremy gives us the benefit of his experience and research in this book, getting at the heart of what we need to know to start making better choices.
Jeremy challenges us all to use our purchasing power to achieve a food system that is not just sustainable, but restorative—one that ultimately can solve the most pressing human challenges of our time.
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About the Author
After graduation Jeremy returned to Nashville to eventually open his own restaurant. He now operates tayst, serving playful American cuisine, and Sloco, a sandwich shop, both dedicated to sourcing ingredients locally and organically. Jeremy has become an outspoken advocate for responsible practices in restaurant operations. His message is demonstrated in the methods he employs for running his businesses.
Jeremy lives in Nashville with his wife and two daughters.