This week on The Food Seen Michael sits down with the brilliant and multi-talented Natalie Jeremijenko, whose work blurs the lines between environmental activism, visual art, performance, and education. Learn about Natalie’s work exploring the inexorable link between humans and our food; what we consume enters our food, and what our food consumes enters us. Don’t miss this incredible chance to find out how our fish got hooked on anti-depressants, how Natalie learned to speak ‘goose’ with robotic avatars, and Natalie’s inventions to rid fish of mercury with a fishing lure and to cure frogs of deadly fungus with a kiss. This episode was sponsored by Hearst Ranch: purveyors of grass-fed beef from the California coast.