David Chang, chef and owner of the Momofuku Restaurants, shares his thoughts on whether we can eat better. He also talks about whether greenmarkets are enough and what else is needed.
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[Music Playing] Go visit your farmers, that is number one, it is -- I have no idea the cascades were as beautiful as they were and I have no idea that their farms -- just, not even a two hour drive north, you know and growing great vegetables, potatoes, corn and tomatoes and this goes on and on plus, you know animals, livestock and it is amazing to go out of the city and to see that and somebody appreciate a whole lot more. [Music Playing] It is not enough, I wish that there was a larger market where vendors could go sort of like awful of extreme but like I wished it was like enclosed or not enclosed like a dedicated place where people could buy their stuff all the time not like Chelsea market but I do not know, like I think there is still a disconnect. People do not really know where their food is coming from even from the green market. They do not realize all -- this person actually harvested this stuff and then drove, has been up for like 24 hours getting this truck packed and it is driving in, they are not wealthy and they are doing it for -- you know, this is what they know how to do.

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