Has The Quantified Self Movement Changed What We Eat?

Has The Quantified Self Movement Changed What We Eat?
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PSFK chats with founders and food artists Kat Popeil and Sam Kim of 'Something I Ate,' about their latest event and how the current heightened awareness surrounding food is changing how we consume.

Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 24 march 2012

At the end of February, PSFK had the opportunity to attend the latest installment of Something I Ate, an event series that explores the relationship between food and art by inviting artists to document a week of personal eating and bring it to life through new works. These creations in turn inspire a special menu that is prepared and served at the culminating event, highlighting local, seasonal ingredients, and keeping people coming back for more.

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