48 min

Anthony Myint: Solution Is In The Soil On The Pass

    • Food

Can healthy soil save our planet? The short answer is Yes. The long answer is we radically have to rethink how we cultivate and giveback to our farm lands. Our next guest, Anthony Myint, Co-Founder of Mission Chinese Food SF and Zero Foodprint (ZFP), a nonprofit organization building a renewable food system rooted in healthy soil, is taking action to be apart of the daunting solution to a better future. Anthony is the 2019 winner of Basque Culinary World prize and 2020 James Beard Humanitarian Of The Year award winner.
This is an eye opening conversation around where we are today with climate change, getting to the core of the effects from conventional farming, and how the solution to climate change is in healthy soil.  
Soils have become one of the most vulnerable resources in the world from the effects of biodiversity loss due to the heavy use of chemicals like fertilizers and pesticides. Carbon farming or Regenerative Farming on the other hand restores soil biology, naturally pulling tons of carbon out of the atmosphere to bring soil back to life and replenishing its nutrients.
Taking this into consideration, ZFP is a platform that engages key players in the food system such as chefs, restaurants, and food companies to participate by adding a few cents per meal to help farmers implement carbon farming projects through grant programs. ZFP members are funding regenerative agriculture projects in CA and CO, and will begin in the Northeastern US later this year, as well as international collaborations in Asia and Europe.
This episode was brought to you by Perrier-Jouët as part of our series to bring sustainability inspired content in celebration of Earth Day. We love their holistic approach to becoming a more sustainable Champagne House, not only in the vineyard but also in production. Perrier-Jouët has reduced their carbon footprint by 55% since 2009, and recently launched the Ecobox, a fully recyclable and sustainably sourced gifting solution made of 100% natural fiber, inspired by the chalky soils of Champagne. Join us in making eco conscious choices and enjoy 15% off the non-vintage Perrier-Jouett Blanc de Blancs Ecobox with code TAOP15 until April 30th.  Enjoy, and please drink responsibly.
 
For more info on Zero Foodprint:
https://www.zerofoodprint.org
 
Follow ZFP on Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/zerofoodprint/
 
Take advantage of the 15% off Perrier-Jouet Champagne EcoBox:
https://www.perrier-jouet.com/en-ww
 
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Can healthy soil save our planet? The short answer is Yes. The long answer is we radically have to rethink how we cultivate and giveback to our farm lands. Our next guest, Anthony Myint, Co-Founder of Mission Chinese Food SF and Zero Foodprint (ZFP), a nonprofit organization building a renewable food system rooted in healthy soil, is taking action to be apart of the daunting solution to a better future. Anthony is the 2019 winner of Basque Culinary World prize and 2020 James Beard Humanitarian Of The Year award winner.
This is an eye opening conversation around where we are today with climate change, getting to the core of the effects from conventional farming, and how the solution to climate change is in healthy soil.  
Soils have become one of the most vulnerable resources in the world from the effects of biodiversity loss due to the heavy use of chemicals like fertilizers and pesticides. Carbon farming or Regenerative Farming on the other hand restores soil biology, naturally pulling tons of carbon out of the atmosphere to bring soil back to life and replenishing its nutrients.
Taking this into consideration, ZFP is a platform that engages key players in the food system such as chefs, restaurants, and food companies to participate by adding a few cents per meal to help farmers implement carbon farming projects through grant programs. ZFP members are funding regenerative agriculture projects in CA and CO, and will begin in the Northeastern US later this year, as well as international collaborations in Asia and Europe.
This episode was brought to you by Perrier-Jouët as part of our series to bring sustainability inspired content in celebration of Earth Day. We love their holistic approach to becoming a more sustainable Champagne House, not only in the vineyard but also in production. Perrier-Jouët has reduced their carbon footprint by 55% since 2009, and recently launched the Ecobox, a fully recyclable and sustainably sourced gifting solution made of 100% natural fiber, inspired by the chalky soils of Champagne. Join us in making eco conscious choices and enjoy 15% off the non-vintage Perrier-Jouett Blanc de Blancs Ecobox with code TAOP15 until April 30th.  Enjoy, and please drink responsibly.
 
For more info on Zero Foodprint:
https://www.zerofoodprint.org
 
Follow ZFP on Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/zerofoodprint/
 
Take advantage of the 15% off Perrier-Jouet Champagne EcoBox:
https://www.perrier-jouet.com/en-ww
 
For more info on The Art of Plating:
http://theartofplating.com
 
Sign up for our Newsletter:
http://eepurl.com/g_Z1Bn
 
Follow The Art of Plating: 
https://www.instagram.com/theartofplating/?hl=en
 
Follow On The Pass:
https://www.instagram.com/itsonthepass/?hl=en
 
Follow our Host, Gabriel Ornelas:
https://www.instagram.com/gabrielmornelas/?hl=en
 
Ask about our creative agency, FARE:
https://madebyfare.com
 

48 min