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  1. This is a project I have been working on for the last 5 years. It is and will be the standard in fighting world hunger, eliminating sugar from the food chain and helping Chemo patients taste food again. What happens when we eliminate sugar, sugar additives and sugar substitutes? Health Insurance rates drop, heart disease drops, diabetics don't have a risk of blindness and we create a more stable green economy. Let the games begin!!
  2. Don’t forget to catch the Future Food season finale and marathon Tuesday, May 18th at 8/7 central and going all the way until 1:30/12:30am central Click here to find Planet Green in your area: http://planetgreen.channelfinder.net/ More to come...
  3. Moto Restaurant - Chicago

    Check us out Live every Tuesday at 9/8 central on Ustream.tv - 1 hour before the airing of Future Food we will be doing live streaming demos demolition and deliciousness:) Here is the link: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/future-food Also Check out this video, some of these ideas may make in the show...
  4. Check us out Live every Tuesday at 9/8 central on Ustream.tv - 1 hour before the airing of Future Food we will be doing live streaming demos demolition and deliciousness:) Find us here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/future-food Also check out this video that was recorded about 3 years ago, some of the ideas may make onto Future Food...
  5. Last thing - there is an episode coming up where we actually demonstrate how to solve world hunger. Been keeping the lid tight and prepping the "market" for this for a long time now. That time is coming up... now for a video from our friends at NBC 5 Chicago:
  6. Moto Restaurant - Chicago

    And here is a short clip of Future Food from our friends at Planet Green, hope all of you get to watch the show!
  7. Moto Restaurant - Chicago

    Here is a video recently shot for The Chicago Tribune showing a very unusual challenge they threw at us.
  8. This is a simple little sizzle reel from our friends at Planet Green.
  9. Hope some you had the chance to watch the show. Every episode gets more involved (and funny) with issues around foo. No fatalism, just optimism and solving problems. Here is a video we shot with an unusual challenge from The Chicago Tribune.
  10. What was your first job in a restaurant like? Anything like this: http://www.mtv.com/shows/the_state/series.jhtml HC
  11. Barefoot Contessa and Paula Deen. They are ruining America and are setting one horrific example for tomorrows generations. Come on, you know i'm right!
  12. Alice Waters

    To me, its funny that you complained about the editing becuase I've read and heard unedited Alice Waters interviews, and Alice comes across much worse than the 60 minutes interview. But, what ended up happening was that sympathatic journalists would end up editing the interviews so Alice wouldn't come across that badly. Fact: Every plant used in modern agriculture weather it be organic, local, GMO or not relies on Phosphoric Rock. It is essential to maintaining a stable DNA code in order for these farmed products to grow. Fact: there are less than 10 mines around the world that contain this and since it is a basic element, it can only be recreated by using a particle accellerator such as the Large Hadron Collider. So when AW claims we need to go local and organic, what do we do when we run out of phosphorus? Unless she is sitting on some new technology that no other multibillion dollar corporation or individual has, I would argue she needs to take some lessons in food science. It seems going local and organic is only part of the solution. I am all for it, but neat straight rows of vegetables, grains and fruit do not occur in the natural world. Fact: in this video: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=4867019n&tag=related;photovideo she clearly points out that she has "an open hearth fireplace" yes that would be wood burning, why don't we just light a match underneath planet earth and suck it dry of one of the most important resources that is arguably more important than fossil fuels! Fact: she has consistently slammed food science driven chefs without merit or investigation - soon the tables will turn. Let the games begin! Want to know the answer? Watch Future Food, can also be followed here: http://planetgreen.discovery.com/videos/future-food-gastronomic-geniuses.html And most importantly until the show airs watch the videos on http://disruptivefood.com
  13. Would you believe me that in one episode I actually demonstrate how we can solve world hunger? It has taken me personally over 4 years of research and development and almost everything I have. We demonstrate this now on www.disruptivefood.com - there is a newsclip of us filming the show and during filming NBC 5 Chicago paid us a surprise visit. Check it out! It uses a product that is all natural, organic, non GMO, can be grown as a houseplant, would eliminate food miles all together and would essentially turn the weeds in your front lawn (that are safe to eat that you have never considered eating) into your next meal. I know, its a pretty big claim, but thats what you get when you give a bunch of highly driven wacky chefs the resources to create massive positive change. On my first post on Egullet which is up on www.disruptivefood.com - I state that "I can't wait to serve all of you. You all breathe new hope into tomorrows gastronomers. So welcome to our little corner in the universe." I wasn't kidding, my goal is to feed everyone. Including those that are unable to afford the luxury to be in the modern world of technology. We will demonstrate irrefutably that science and food not only go together but it can and will solve our largest food problems. Very proud of my team for seeing it through over the years. Now check out the really cool stuff on www.disruptivefood.com Lastly, hopefully I can return the massive favor Egullet has given me over the years to help me get to this point, but for now I will simply say - enjoy the show, it's ripple effects will be lasting. Respectfully, Omar
  14. is working on a new television series titled Future Food. Airing on Discovery Network's Planet green on 3/30 @ 10pm cst.

  15. is working on a new television series titled Future Food. Airing on Discovery Network's Planet green on 3/30 @ 10pm cst.

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