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  • - Bacteria. - Uh-huh.

  • It's alive.

  • Vegansthey don't eat live stuff.

  • It's not that they don't eat live stuff; they don't eat animals or animal products.

  • Oh.

  • (Kids Try Sustainable Food)

  • Hello.

  • - Hello. - Hello.

  • - Hi. - Hi.

  • Hi, I'm Clara.

  • Clara, welcome.

  • My name is Helena; I'm 11 years old.

  • Hi, my name's Ethan and I'm 11 years old, but she's my twin sister.

  • Today, you're gonna try sustainable foods.

  • I don't know what that is.

  • Have you heard of the sustainable food movement?

  • - No. - No.

  • Wait, I... I don't get that; wait.

  • Do you ever go to the farmer's market?

  • Yes. We usually get, like, honey sticks.

  • - Oh, yeah, honey sticks. - A straw or something of honey.

  • So, all the food that we're trying today is sustainable in some way.

  • Sustainable foods is when you take care of the people that are, like, making the food and taking care of the planet.

  • Boom!

  • You are eating foods that are grown locally.

  • You are using animal poop to fertilize your soil for your vegetables.

  • Ew...

  • Do you think you eat sustainably?

  • Maybe; I still don't know what that means.

  • What are some other ideas you got?

  • How can we be sustainable?

  • Stop using plastic.

  • - We can start using Teslas. - No!

  • Please serve us our first dish.

  • Thank you.

  • (Sustainable Chicken - Grown free range with local farm veggies)

  • Okay, you can open your eyes.

  • Chicken?

  • That's really good.

  • This thing's delicious.

  • What do you think is sustainable about this?

  • I know this is a carrot.

  • It's dirty, so somebody planted it.

  • The vegetables and the chicken are from the same farm.

  • And this is one way to be sustainable.

  • The chickens eat the leftover vegetables that humans don't.

  • That's right.

  • They used the chicken poop.

  • What do they use the chicken poop for?

  • They use it to grill the vegetables?

  • I ate a whole entire carrot.

  • They use chicken poopwe call it manureto fertilize the soil.

  • Boom!

  • Is this sauce here, too? Is that... is that chicken... chicken poop, too?

  • They just dyed it a different color?

  • Some chickens are raised inside of tiny cages and other chickens get to roam free.

  • I wanna make sure they roam free.

  • Why?

  • They're gonna be a whole lot funner to catch 'cause they're running.

  • They also will be healthier and more nutritious when you eat them.

  • 'Cause they got their exercise.

  • Exactly; they got their exercise.

  • (Sustainable Sushi - Locally caught fish)

  • - Oh, I do... I have nooh.

  • That was a complex set of emotion.

  • Wait, what is this?

  • Sustainably caught tuna.

  • Why is this tuna "suspanable"?

  • -"Suspanable"? - "Sustain", with a "t".

  • -Su-stainable.

  • - This fishery, they catch in a very safe way for other, sort of, ocean plants and fish.

  • And what is this green stuff?

  • Yeah, that's called "bok choy".

  • That's just one of my favorite fresh vegetables that is growing right now.

  • It's kind of good; it just has a little weird taste.

  • So, a lot of the problems when it comes to fish is that fishermen over-fish a population, which makes it hard for that species of fish to survive.

  • That's why you can't catch, like, girl crabs.

  • Tell me more.

  • They need to be able to have babies so there's more crabs to catch.

  • I knew you'd drop some knowledge.

  • (Sustainable Salad - Native plants from the region)

  • What is this? What

  • It smells super good.

  • - Is this, like, a salad? - Yeah.

  • Have I even ate salad before?

  • Kind of looks good, it's⏤but why does it have flowers in it?

  • Dandelion?

  • I knew I've tasted that before.

  • You've had dandelions?

  • Yes, I have, actually.

  • There's this yellow one.

  • There's this purple one, pink one.

  • I know the flowers are not edible.

  • Ho, ho, ho, that's what you think.

  • They are edible?

  • It looks like a forest.

  • Okay, purple flower petal.

  • It's really good.

  • I don't know if I like that.

  • I really don't know if I like that.

  • - Oh, Chef. - Chef.

  • See this round leaf here?

  • - Yeah. - This is called mallow.

  • This plant is actually growing on the sidewalk outside.

  • - Really? - But these are from my brother's garden.

  • But they grow wild everywhere.

  • Fun fact: Vegetables start losing nutrients after 24 hours of being picked.

  • Boom.

  • This is my last dish, right?

  • Your last dish is coming.

  • (Sustainable Dessert - Raw & vegan mousse cake)

  • Okay.

  • Cake!

  • Mint chocolate!

  • This looks really good.

  • That's a vegan, raw, live dessert.

  • That's so good.

  • Raw means it wasn't cooked.

  • That's right; you're saving energy, which is a good way to be sustainable.

  • It's alive?

  • What do you mean by "live"?

  • Please be bugs. Please be bugs. Please be bugs.

  • No, there's no bugs.

  • I mean enzymes.

  • Little tiny bacteria.

  • So, this is healthy, right?

  • Yeah.

  • So, I ate it, so, that means... things are moving around in my body?

  • Yeah, and in a good way.

  • What?

  • I could tell the future.

  • - Okay. - This will be our last dish.

  • How did he do that?

  • Magic!

  • Hey.

  • Okay, this is called the Da Vinci Kids app.

  • Pick anything that looks good.

  • Wow, there's a lot of games on here.

  • - I wanna play... - That one?

  • - I wanna play... - That one?

  • It looks like you can do math and science and some brain-boosters puzzles.

  • There's so many choices.

  • Da Vinci Kids App, it's all ad free and it's safe for kids.

  • Quizzes, okay.

  • Second-hand items are often old, uncool, and broken. True or false?

  • That... that's... that's... that's false.

  • When recycled, aluminum can save enough energy to...

  • - Power our TV... - Travel to Mars.

  • Nope.

  • - What?

  • Three out of three stars. Yeah.

  • I think it's really fun.

  • I had fun playing this game.

  • So, go to the App Store and type in "Da Vinci Kids".

  • Go to the link in the description box.

- Bacteria. - Uh-huh.

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