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Filmmaker Byron Hurt looks at the past and future of soul food - from its roots in Western Africa, to its incarnation in the American South, to its contribution to modern health crises in communities of color. Soul Food Junkies also looks at the socioeconomics of the modern American diet, and how the food industry profits from making calories cheap, but healthy options expensive and hard to find.
Wanted to know more about soul food and has a lot of very interesting facts including food in urban communities.Published 2 months ago by matthew am
This DVD touchs on many dimensions of how food can affect a person and their lifestyle choices we make daily.Published on July 25, 2013 by Tina Hall
I give this a high rating because it can help open the eyes of many regarding the importance of analyzing your food intake. Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by Nicole C
The filmmaker shares how his family and others are impacted by overindulgence of food prepared with love and lard (at a bare minimum). Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by LaSonya Thompson, Esq.