Food is the most essential binary social activity, potentially accessible to everyone; it is the fundamental foundation of day-to-day living, upon which great ideas and energy are built.
There is much we can learn about co-operation, sustainability and life cycles in the kitchen, which we can then apply to all other areas of study. The state of the kitchen returns to how it was at the beginning of the day: clean and well organized. The produce/edible matter is never the same, with new variations every day. Waste matter can be turned into new life.
Food is one of the biggest challenges, but also one that we take for granted. In a world that can make any efforts for positive change seem futile, our basic food choices and health are something that we do actually have some power to control. It is vital to reconnect with the sources and processes from where our food comes from.