Sep 3, 2018
In this week's show, Bree and Pearson dive into one of their favorite topics: food. But, before that, some current events:
The bulk of today's episode offers a deep dive into food: how it's produced and consumed, how economic class and corporate power limit our dietary options, and the gendered and patriarchal role of food advertisements. Bree and Pearson chat briefly about their dietary history growing up as well as the ingenious and sustainable visions of agriculture championed by indigenous peoples, then dive into a discussion of plant-based diets and the intersections our food has with global climate change. Finally, the show closes with some recipe advice from Bree and Pearson paints a vision of fully-automated, luxury, queer anarcho-communism.
As always, enjoy the show. If you like what you hear, please be sure to rate and review Coffee with Comrades on your podcasting platform of choice and recommend the show to your friends online!
Intro: "I Ain't Got No Home in this World" by Woody Guthrie
Outro: "Birth of the Economic Hitman" by Circa Survive